Feminism in Western and Central Eastern Europe

Monday, 8 April 2013, 6:00pm - 7:30pm, IWM library
 

The aim of this debate is to bring feminists from Western and Central/Eastern European countries together to share their experiences: How was western feminism affected by the fact that many of its proposals have been incorporated into European mainstream politics? How might the same process change the face of Polish and Hungarian feminism? What can Central European movements learn from its Western counterparts and vice versa? These questions will be discussed focusing on two fundamental concepts: work-home balance and parity in business and politics.

 

Discussants:

 

Malgorzata Fuszara
Professor at Warsaw University, Director of the Gender Studies Program at the Institute of Applied Social Sciences

 

Agnieszka Graff
Writer (World without women) und Lecturer at Warsaw University’s Institute of the Americas and Europe

 

Stefanie Mayer
Junior Researcher at the Department of Political Science at the University of Vienna

 

Judit Takacs
Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Sociology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Cornelia Klinger (Chair)
Professor of Philosophy at the University of Tübingen and Permanent Fellow at the IWM

 

Please register: +43-1-313-58-0 or events@iwm.at

 

In Cooperation with the Renner Institute, the Polish Institute in Vienna, the Balassi Institute – Collegium Hungaricum and Kultura Liberalna


Feminism in Western and Central Eastern Europe