Film screening and discussion, December 4, 3 pm [2014-11-27]

The US Embassy in Vilnius and the Gender Studies Centre invites people to a screening and discussion of the film “Private Violence” on December 4 at 3 pm at Didlaukio St. 47 – 103 room, Baltupiai. Birutė Sabatauskaitė (Centre for Human Rights), Natalija Bitiukova (Human Rights Monitoring Institute) and Dr. Lijana Stundžė (Gender Studies Centre) will be participating in the discussion.

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Closing the Gap: Communicating Equality Between Women and Men [2014-03-05]

Nicolaas Vlaeminck give a lecture "Closing the Gap: Communicating Equality Between Women and Men"eige logo

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Monday, March 10, 5 pm

Nicolaas Vlaeminck is Information & Communications Officer at European Institute for Gender Equality

The lecture will take place at: 
Vilnius University, Club of policy communication (205 Room), 9 Saulėtekio al., Ist building.

Gender Equality/Diversity in Leadership. Empowering Women to Take Action [2014-03-05]

Claudia Ritter give a lecture "Gender Equality/Diversity in Leadership. Empowering Women to Take Action"Claudia-Ritter

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Wednesday, March 5, 5.30 pm

Claudia Ritter is a senior consultant, coach, trainer and team facilitator specialising in diversity leadership solutions, cross-cultural business communications, and sustainable corporate governance. She is Founder and Managing Director of Cleverland, and of Female Board Pool Belgium. She is also a faculty member and seminar leader at Boston University Brussels, a partner of St. Gallen University's Center for Corporate Governance, and an advisor of Astia, a global not-for-profit organisation promoting high-growth women-led companies worldwide.

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Women with a disability in media and popculture [2013-11-13]

seminar-2013-11-13Seminar led by Dr. Deimantė Šėporaitytė

Wednesday, November 13, 6 pm

What are the images of women with a disability that predominate in Lithuanian media, what are the practices of and types of representation that disabled women recieve in foreign and Lithuanian popular culture? How do the practices and representations of disabled women contribute to the spreading of gender stereotypes and their critique? And why do some images of disabled women serve as both liberating expressions and ones which promote oppression?

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