Cite Club

Introducing #FEAS Cite Club

Introducing #FEAS Cite Club
by Kate Marston, GEA Social Media Intern
The first rule of Cite Club is: You do talk about Cite Club! Feminist Educators Against Sexism (#FEAS) are an Australian-based, international feminist collective committed to developing interventions into sexism in the academy and other educational spaces. One of their most recent interventions is Cite Club, an […]


Healthy Sexual Development Symposium

GEA recently contributed to funding a vital sex and relationships education symposium in Bristol – we are delighted to announce that The University of Westminster is hosting a further event on the 30th June.
Using the framework of the Fifteen Domains of Healthy Sexual Development* , this event aims to support practitioners and teachers involved in […]


Science and Gender Policy Reproduces Privilege

It has become global-policy commonsense that we need more people working in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and that we must increase the proportion who are female, and that these goals are linked. As a 2014 UK policy report on Women in Scientific Careers stated, a ‘compelling reason to tackle’ the gender gap ‘is […]

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GEA needs you: Apply for the paid social media internship

You will be working in a fast-paced, intellectually demanding environment where the primary goal is to enhance visibility of GEA activities through the website, twitter, Facebook and any other relevant social media platforms.
The core duties for the post include:

Creating content for the Gender and Education Website:
Creating content and providing support for […]


Conference Announcement: Educating ‘Agenda’

GEA are excited to announce an upcoming conference in Wales: Educating ‘Agenda’ – Supporting Young People In Making Positive Relationships Matter. With equality, diversity, children’s rights and social justice at its heart, AGENDA enables young people to speak out on gender and sexual injustices and violence through their own and others’ change-making practices. It’s an affirmative, […]

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Statement From GEA


We have learned with concern about proposed legislation that would make it impossible or impracticable for the Central European University to continue its operations in Budapest.
We would like to express our admiration for Central European University and its Department of Gender Studies that has pioneered in promoting studying gender and education in the region and […]