Gender equality in Norway:
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Religious minority youth between patriarchy and gender equality

03.10.2019

Gender roles is a delicate topic for religious minority groups. Many of them accept traditional gender segregation in the religious community, but struggle with prejudices from the greater society, according to researcher.

Read more at Kilden genderresearch.no

New survey indicates urgent need for research on sexual harassment

23.09.2019

The results of the national survey on bullying and harassment in Norway’s higher education sector are finally in. But the reasons why harassment occurs remain unclear, according to the Committee for Gender Balance and Diversity in Research.

Read more at Kifinfo.no

Ending sexual harassment – a precondition for gender equality

16.09.2019

The Nordic co-operation Programme on Gender Equality 2019 - 2022 highlights efforts to combat sexual harassment as particular urgent. In this publication the Nordic co-operation body NIKK, Nordic Information on Gender, summarize some of the current initiatives and measures being taken in the Nordic countries to end sexual harassment. 

Read more at NIKK – Nordic Information on Gender and Nordic Council of Ministers

– Women’s historical contributions are still ignored, says professor

11.09.2019

Traditionally men have been the main figures of history, but what do we know about women's history and why is it important? Kilden has asked four Norwegian historians about their relation to women’s history. 

Read more at Kilden genderresearch.no

Feminist scientists criticise gender bias in the tech industry

06.09.2019

Whatever you find when you google depends on the people who have developed the algorithms. American researcher fears enhanced sexism and racism unless the IT sector begins to promote diversity.

Read more at Kilden genderresearch.no

Ending Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Humanitarian Crises - Conference statement

30.08.2019

The Governments of Norway, Iraq, Somalia and the United Arab Emirates, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), hosted the international conference “Ending Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Humanitarian Crises” in Oslo, Norway on 23-24 May. Read the joint statement from the conference.

Read more at government.no