ATGENDER: The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation, founded officially on September 30, 2009. TNT is officcially a full member as of January 1st, 2010.

The Language_and_Gender page by Professor Mary Bucholtz on upcoming conferences, call for papers, reserach projects, publications.

EIGE is the European Union's agency that supports the EU and its Member States to promote gender equality, to fight discrimination based on sex, and to raise awareness about gender equality issues.

IGALA: The International Gender and Language Association’s website, established in 1999 and based at Lancaster University, UK.

ALETTA: The International Archives for the Women's Movement, collecting materials since 1935, inclufding information on events and reserach in gender studies.

Sociological_Tour_Through_Cyberspace: The webpage of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Trinity University, Texas, including basic information, essential references under the headlline ’Gender and Society’ with other relevat areas of reserach.

Global Women’s Activism: Selected Sites at Rutgers University, US.

American_Women_Through Time: A website from prehistory to the 21st century. Each section also includes a guide to research sources that are appropriate for the specified time period.

Votes for Women: Selections from the National American Suffrage Association Collection, 1848-1921.

The_American_Women’s_Rights_Movement: It covers the key events of the women's rights movement in the United States from 1848 to present.

Documents_from the Women's Liberation Movement in the US: An on-line archival collection provided by the Special Collections Library, Duke University, USA, including feminist works, such as Jo Freeman, “The Women’s Liberation Movement” or Mary Daly, “After the Death of God the Father.”

Digital_History: An on-line multi-media textbook on US history, including information and references, for instance, on  slave families.

National_Sexuality_Resource Center: On the website of San Francisco State University, promoting discourse on a new positive sexuality movement, founded on the unique concept of sexual literacy.

Socialism_and_Sexuality: The Network started in 1997 with the aim of exploring the sexual ideologies and programs of radical social movements.

International_Institute_of_Social_History_(IISH): This page provides an overview of women's and gender history projects. IISH is one of the world's largest documentary and research institutions in the field of social history in Amsterdam.

Gender Forum: An Internet Journal for Gender Studies.

European Commission funded current reserach in Gender Studies:

FEMCIT: Gendered Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: Issues, Citizenship, Visions.

CEPES: Gender Inclusive Curriculum in Higher Education: problems, politics, possibilities.

ILGA-Europe: ILGA-Europe is the European Region of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association. It provides information on policy documents and law in all European countries, recommendations and initiatives by the European Parliament and European Comission; on campaigns and projects.

Queer_Theory: The site provides the best visual and textual resources in Queer theory and related fields as well as a comprehensive list of further websites.

Feminist Civil Organizations in Hungary:

PATENT: Patriarchátust Ellenzők Társasága, founded in 2006

NaNe: Nők a Nőkért Együtt az Erőszak Ellen, founded in 1994

MONA: founded in 1992

Stop-Férfierőszak Projekt, Feminista férfiak csoportja, founded in 2005

LABRISZ: Leszbikus Egyesület founded in 1996 and oficially registered in 1999

NAP: Nők  A Pályán founded in 2009

NŐKÉRT.HU: A site raising awarness of feminist issues and concerns (in Hungarian).




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