Information and Resources on Gender Equality and Gender Research in Norway

Family relations from the child's point of view
The statistics describe family relations from the child's point of view; whether the child lives with siblings and married parents, cohabiting parents or single parents.
Major gender gap in health research
Women’s bodies are different from men’s. We need more knowledge to better understand women’s health, says medical doctor and Professor Johanne Sundby. She finds support in a new report on the same topic.
PRIO GPS Centre representatives attend annual consortium meeting of Gender/Women, Peace and Security Centres
During the meeting, the participants discussed the upcoming 20th anniversary for UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) in 2020, among other issues related to WPS.
A fit body gives men career advantages
Lisa M. B. Sølvberg has interviewed ten Norwegian upper class men about body, nutrition and physical activity. According to her, leaders’ views on physical exercise may affect whom they choose to employ.