Gender Research Programs

ProGender: A Digital Hub on Gender, the COVID-19 crisis and its Aftermath

ProGender aims to promote bilateral activities between Iceland, Greece and Norway by creating a digital hub devoted to gender perspectives of COVID-19 and its aftermath. The activities that will be carried out within the hub will be online and will promote gender perspectives, analyses and policy responses of the COVID-19 crisis through a set of actions and initiatives that enhance cooperation and exchange between Greek, Icelandic and Norwegian institutions.

In ProGender project the Centre for Gender Studies of Panteion University cooperates with the Center for Gender Research of Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and the Institute for Gender, Equality and Difference of University of Iceland (RIKK). In Greece, the Centre of Gender Studies collaborates with the AMKE Research and Education Collective (REC) and the Social Cooperative Enterprise KOINSEP STIN PRIZA.

Active Strategies for Prevention and Handling Sexual Harrassment Incidents-Astrapi EU Project

logoParticipation of the Centre for Gender Studies in the implementation of the European project: Active Strategies for Prevention and Handling Sexual Harrassment Incidents which is funded by the European Commission (Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships Key Action 2 Sector: KA204 – Strategic Partnerships for adult education ) and coordinated by Cyprus Academy of Public Administration. Duration: September 2019 -March 2022

Visit the official web page of the project here

USV React

Participation of the Centre for Gender Studies in the implementation of the European research project: Universities Supporting Victims of Sexual Violence (USVSV): Training for Sustainable Student Services which is funded by the European Commission (JUST /2014/ACTION GRANTS) and coordinated by Brunel University London.

Duration: March 2016-February 2018

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HR in Practice

Participation of the Centre for Gender Studies in the implementation of the European research project: “Human Rights as a part of language training to prevent HRV and harmful practices in the communities (HR in Practice)” which is funded by the European Commission (JUST /2014/ACTION GRANTS) and coordinated by Folkuniversitetet. Scientific Coordinator: Ass. Prof. A. Athanasiou.

Duration: January 2016-December 2017.

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Combating Trafficking in Women for Labour Exploitation in Domestic Work

The aim was to gain knowledge, collect data on the national situation of trafficking in women for the purpose of forced labour in four EU member states with particular focus on female domestic workers through qualitative and quantitative research methods by using gender equality perspective.

The promoter of the project was EDEX-Educational Excellence Corporation Limited (University of Nicosia) and the other partners were Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies, SURT and Women’s information Centre .

Download the leaflet of the project with the results in Greece.

Download the book with the results of the project.

For more details please read here

MIG@NET

Mignet MIG@NET explored 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.

Ge.M.IC

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).

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