Welcome to Centre for Gender Studies

The Centre of Gender Studies is a research laboratory of the Department of Social Policy at Panteion University, established by (FEK)Gov. 926/17.7.2006 to cover teaching and research needs in the fields of gender in social policy and policy analysis of gender equality at the international, European, national and local level. The Centre is an evolution of the Laboratory that was created under the interdepartmental programme EPEAEK II “Gender and Equality Studies in Political and Social Sciences” and operated during the period 2003-2008.

International Conference on Femicide by KMOP (25/10/2019), Athens

KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Center would like to invite you to the “A single view for a multiple reality: the femicide case” International Conference on Friday, October 25th, 2019 (09:30 – 15:00) at Innovathens (Technopolis, 100 Pireos str., Athens).

Registration is free / pre-registration is required at https://forms.gle/kJLd9zfgVHPe2xFz6.

All participants will receive a Certificate of Participation.

There will be simultaneous translation (Greek – English).

The conference takes place in the framework of the project “SupportVoc: Development of a Generic Support Services Model to enhance the Rights of Victims of Crime”.

For more information on the SupportVoc project, you may visit:

“Human Rights as a part of language training to prevent HRV and harmful practices in the communities (HR in Practice). 2nd Newsletter

HR in Practice is a two-year Daphne project that Centre of Gender Studies implements and is coordinated by FOLKUNIVERSITETET Uppsala from Sweden with the participation of partner organizations from five (5) European Countries: Greece, Sweden, Portugal, United Kingdom and Germany.

Visit the webssite of the project: http://www.human-right.net/hrinpractice/en/

Please find here the 2nd Newsletter of the project “Human Rights as a part of language training to prevent HRV and harmful practices in the communities (HR in Practice)

Research Programs


Mignet MIG@NET will explore how migrant individuals and communities participate in the production and transformation of transnational digital networks and the effect of transnational digital networks on migrant mobility and integration.Read More »


Gemic The Ge.M.IC research project (Gender, Migration and Intercultural Interactions in South-East Europe and the Mediterranean” (https://gemic-eu.panteion.gr) was funded by European Commission within the 7th Framework Programme (FP7). Read More »

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