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Making love from the Mesolithic Age to the Greeks: learning about sex and relationships at the British Museum
In June 2017, the newly formed think tank GenPol brought together activists, academics and educators in a one day conference,
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An invisible problem: the data vacuum on gender-based violence in Europe
cn: sexual assault, intimate partner violence, harassment, violence against women. Over 61 million European women have experienced physical and/or sexual
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‘Can education stop abuse?’ Conference Programme
GenPol and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation are excited to share the final programme of the forthcoming conference ‘Can
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International Conference – 24th June: “Can Education Stop Abuse? Approaches To Tackle Gender-based Violence”
“Can Education Stop Abuse? Approaches To Tackle Gender-based Violence” International Conference Saturday June 24th, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
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The academy and everyday sexism: can we ‘undo’ gendered biases?
To female students and faculty members alike, sexism in academia is often a big, uncomfortable elephant in the room. The
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Gender & Policy Insights (10783588)
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GenPol is also a registered Italian charity (1269/3)
GenPol e' un'associazione culturale registrata
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80122 Naples
Italy