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Beyond the Books - Series 2: Episode 6 - Charlotte Bosseaux

Beyond the Books is a podcast from the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC) that gives you a behind-the-scenes look at research and the people who make it happen. In our sixth episode…

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Making Space: Women and Freedom of Movement

Directed by Nacim Pak-Shiraz, UK, Iran, 2022, Video Essay, 42 minAn examination of freedom of movement in films by female Iranian filmmakers and the role that gender plays in the access…

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Student message to educators: sustainability in the curriculum

University of Edinburgh students Sofia Velazquez Pimentel and Hanqi Feng interview fellow students about how they are taught sustainability in their programmes and what they want to see. Catrin…

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International Women’s Day 2022 - 'Dying to Divorce'

Recording of the Q&A following the screening of 'Dying to Divorce'. Chaired by Dr Hatice Yildiz, Lecturer in Modern Gender History, with Sinead Kirwan the producer of the film and Dr…

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Exploring library resources for dissertations in gender studies

Does your dissertation question research gender and sexuality issues, such as gender inequalities, women’s writing, LGBT history and masculinity? Find out more about how the library can support…

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Athena SWAN Inspiring People - 26 January 2022

Our second session in the series was focused on barriers and actions. Speakers: Julie Jebsen, Lecturer in Organisational Psychology at the University of Manchester, on her work research on gender…

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Dispatches from the Frontlines of Environmental Justice

Dispatches from the Frontlines of Environmental Justice: A conversation on colonial resource extraction, gender violence, and COP26. First Nations activist Delee Nikal has travelled with companions…

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How we define boundries

Mike Jess (Senior Lecturer) identifies different ways to define boundaries. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning programme is designed to give you the skills needed to collaborate…

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Dr. Tefide Kizildeniz: Gender Sensitive Agricultural Research

Dr. Tefide Kizildeniz, Professor at Niğde Ömer Halisdemir University, Turkey, describes how gender sensitive research is important in the field of agriculture.

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How to be a Good Ally

This was a fun, inviting, and informative event that took place on International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexphobia, and Transphobia. The event was open to both staff and students. …

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Sexualities and gender diversities at the Brazilian Paraguayan border

A research seminar by Nickolas Sá About this event International border-crossings that do not involve refuge, asylum-seeking and migration are constantly overlooked in International…

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LEL2A-W4-2b

LEL2A: Week 4, Lecture 2 (second part).

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Lecture 5: Women's Networks: Opportunities and Limitations

Most religious traditions and movements have majorities of women, but most are led by men and are based on deeply embedded patriarchal assumptions. That underlying reality is played out in multiple…

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Gender Sensitive Research - Lessons from GCRF and Beyond

This is a recording of the online event Gender Sensitive Research - Lessons from GCRF and Beyond. Presentations include an introduction to GenderED's toolkit on gender sensitive research from Dr…

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ConveRACEions with Dr Ashlee Christoffersen

Recording of ConveRACEions with Dr Ashlee Christoffersen, presenting her talk: "Applying intersectionality in research, policy and practice" which took place on Thursday September 30th 2021.

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Dr. Samer Abdelnour: Engineering Humanitarian Technology Interventions for Gender Equality

Dr. Samer Abdelnour from the University of Edinburgh, UK, explains how humanitarian technology interventions can benefit from contextualising gender in their design and testing.

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