BBC's The Inquiry features Andrea Pető on Hungarian Family Policy

August 2, 2021

“There is a kind of emotional blackmailing that women should produce more children,” Professor Andrea Peto said in BBC World Service’s The Inquiry.  

Reproductive Righteousness and the Alt-Right State: An International Feminist Symposium, June 30 at 3 pm (London / BST / GMT+1)

June 24, 2021

DateJune 30, 2021

Time15:00 - 17:00 (London / BST / GMT+1)


Risa Cromer and Lea Taragin-Zeller, “Reproductive Politics and the Rising Global Right: A Provocation”

Andrea Peto, “Attacks on Reproductive Rights ‘Through the Looking Glass’ ”

Sonia Correa, “Reproductive States’ Righteousness: Chartering Temporalities, Commonalities, Heterogeneities”

Online International Symposium June 17-18, 2021: Modern Authoritarian and Hybrid Regimes and the Threat to Academic Freedom

June 7, 2021

An International Symposium



17.06.2021 – 18.06.2021 

Please see program and the abstracts 

The Symposium Organizers:

June 10, at 5pm CET: Webinar "Alexandra Kollontai, Kreenholm factory and feminist art"

June 7, 2021

Webinar "Alexandra Kollontai, Kreenholm factory and feminist art"

How to conceptualise the links between Alexandra Kollontai, Kreenholm factory in Narva, contemporary feminist art and the history of working-class women in Estonia?

Please register here:
We will then send you the Zoom link.

ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND INTELLECTUAL DISSENT Online conference organised by Scholars at Risk – Ireland and ALLEA

May 31, 2021

This conference will focus on the importance of intellectual dissent and academic freedom to democratic societies in a Western, particularly European, context. The speakers and the panel will discuss the scope and the limits of academic freedom in the context of political populism, neoliberalism and the exigencies of the post Covid social and educational landscape. Topics to be discussed include but are not limited to