Tag Archives: Conferences

Alma mater sponsors men’s conference with no women’s counterpart

TweetI’m a recent alumnus and so I continue to get e-mails from my undergraduate university. Usually I just discard them, but I got one today that caught my attention. Here is the body of the e-mail, for your consideration: Campus & Community Involvement (CCI) is excited about a new initiative and invites all male students [...]
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No One Showed…

TweetWarning: I’m going to be very vague, as to not call out any specific organizations. Also, the title of this blog is a huge spoiler alert about the topic, so my apologies for that in advance. As I have written before, I work at a girl-serving feminist oriented nonprofit organization. This week, another local organization, [...]
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Looking for Applicants!

TweetHello Feministing Community! Transitioning between jobs? Looking for guidance? Feeling like your career and your feminist beliefs don’t always get along? Are you searching for a network of female professionals to support you personally and professionally? If any of these questions resonate, you would be an excellent candidate for Woodhull! The Woodhull Institute for Ethical [...]
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TweetFAT PANIC! Do you know about www.nolose.org/10? No? Well, NOLOSE has been around for about 10 years, starting as a kind of support group for lesbians of size, but has been emerging as the premier fat queer conference. This year’s conference, Fat Panic! will have an amazing keynote panel of academics, food justice people, artists [...]
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No Violence Against Women: Strategic Imperatives for Ending Violence Against Women

TweetThe US National Committee for UNIFEM and the National Council for Research on Women are partnering together to produce a conference on violence against women. The conference will be hosted by the Women and Gender Studies Program, Hunter College, the City University New York. Check out our website for more information! Tweet
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