For a Europe of Citizens and Female Citizens

Europe continues to play an important role in the long quest for equal rights and emancipation. The politics of the European Union (EU) strongly influences advanced regulations in individual-member countries. However, a lot of progress at the EU-level is realized neither on a local nor on a regional level. In some instances, such progress is simply ignored. Can one succeed in further developing trendsetting, gender-political initatives in the EU? Or, will the alliance of conservative forces gain more weight in European politics.

The Gunda Werner Institute analyzes the politics of the European Union and its member countries from a gender-democratic and feminist perspective, and ultimately, devises emancipatory gender-political strategies.

integration, migration and asylum policies from a gender perspective

Wen kümmert's? Graffiti

We need to care more about the carers: EU is disregarding gender in relation to elderly care

equality policies outside the EU

Presidents from the Mercosur Member States f.l.t.r.  Evo Morales (Bolivia), Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (Argentina), José Mujica (Uruguay), Dilma Rousseff (Brazil), Nicolás Maduro (Venezuela)

Gender is not prominent in EU foreign policy towards Mercosur

Markt in Dubrovnik, Kroatien

European Union and Western Balkans: What prospect for gender equality?

Co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Program of the European Union