For a Europe of Citizens and Female CitizensEurope has had great importance for equal rights and emancipation up to now. The politics of the European Union (EU) has strongly influenced advanced regulations in single member countries. But a lot of progress at the EU level is not realized locally and on a regional level in several countries or it is simply ignored. Does one succeed in developing the trendsetting gender-political initiatives, measures and instruments of the EU further? Or does the alliance of conservative forces win more weight in European politics?
The Gunda Werner Institute analyses the politics of the European Union (EU) and the EU countries from a gender-democratic and feminist perspective and introduces gender-politically emancipatory political draughts.