Women's Worlds 2002

8th Opportunity for worldwide renewal
8th International Interdisciplinary
Congress on Women


Makerere University Campus
Kampala, Uganda
July 21 - 26, 2002

The Department of Women and Gender Studies,
Faculty of Social Sciences, is a multidisciplinary academic unit. The Department, the first of its kind in sub-Saharan Africa, was established in 1991, out of the realisation that gender is a necessary and an integral part of the development process. The Department is at the forefront of academic and community initiatives to address gender and development from an African perspective.
 


The department is the academic wing of the women's movement in Uganda. It is part of the faculty of Social Sciences and is a multi-disciplinary academic and community oriented unit at the forefront of initiatives to address gender and development issues from an African perspective. The department's goal is to contribute to development in Uganda through ensuring that the gender component is an integral part of the development process.


The Department serves as a regional centre for gender training, research and outreach programmes. Currently the department runs and regional course "Gender Training for Development Practice in Africa".

 

Conference Registration Rates
Deadline for 'Early Bird' registration is 30 March 2002.

International Delegates US $175
Uganda Delegates US $100
All Students US $ 50

Late Registration (1st April or after)

International Delegates US $225
Uganda Delegates US $150
All Students US $ 75

Cancellations will receive no refund.
Registration fees cover access to all conference
Method of Payment - click here

 

Women's Worlds Congress is an international interdisciplinary congress on women held every three years. The focus of the congress is gender research and interdisciplinary scholarship.

The first Women's Worlds Congress took place in 1981, in Israel. Since then other Congresses have taken place in Netherlands (1984), Ireland (1987), USA (1990), Costa Rica (1993), Australia (1996), and Norway (1999).

 
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Naomi Sherer