On June 30, 2017, the former French politician, Simone Veil, died at the age of 89. Veil is considered an icon in
The American Law Professor Herma Hill Kay (1934 - 2017) was a pioneer in groundbreaking legislation and academic
From a socio-legal perspective this lecture for the Conference Interpersonal Violence Interventions -
Special guest Amina Wadud entered into dialogue with approximately 20 feminist opinion leaders and publicists.
In 1917, exactly a century ago, women in the Netherlands were granted the passive right to vote.
Atria researched the representation of transgender people in Dutch media of the past 25 years, and investigated how
Some notable results for the Netherlands: 45% of all women had experienced physical and/or sexual violence at some
Historically, Dutch women have been primarily responsible for the kind of food served at home.
Inaugural lecture by Prof. Renée Römkens (Director of Atria), professor by special appointment in Gender Based
Ameera BinKaram was considered a role model for the empowerment of women in Sharjah, one of the United Arab Emirates
The Egyptian feminist and human rights campaigner Mozn Hassan (1979) has won the 2016 Right Livelihood Award for
On 12 August, the young Turkish transgender activist Hande Kader was found murdered in Zekeriyaköy, a suburb of