Re:Gender works to end gender inequity and discrimination against girls and women by exposing root causes and advancing research-informed action. Working with multiple sectors and disciplines, we are shaping a world that demands fairness across difference.
NCRW’s network, including academic, nonprofit, philanthropic, business, and policy leaders, gathered to focus on the status of women’s leadership in multiple sectors. The conference identified best practices, as well as generated recommendations and next steps for advancing women's leadership across sectors. The Conference Agenda follows.
Please join leading scholars, researchers, advocates, and policy makers from across various disciplines and fields June 5-7, 2008 at the Kimmel Center at NYU for our Annual Conference. Share information and resources; learn about cutting edge and emerging research on women, gender, and girls; and strategize about ways to work across communities and fields of study.
Working Our Network, Networking Our Work June 24 – 25, 2006 Pace University 3 Spruce Street, New York City
SATURDAY, June 24 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. YOUNG PERSON’S ROUNDTABLE Riding the Waves: Negotiating Our Place in Feminist Organizations Joining forces to strengthen our network from within, the Council offers young people (Generations “X” and “Y”) working at our member centers this space to share and engage with each other, to collaborate and motivate. Join us as we strategize ways to continue to infuse our centers and our research with the diversity and dynamism required to propel feminism into the future.
Power MATTERS: Reshaping Agendas through Women’s Leadership June 6-7, 2005 New York City
POINTS FOR ACTION
On June 6-7, 2005, over 350 scholars and activists came together to discuss the reshaping of agendas, across a number of issue areas. Out of these discussions grew a series of points for action, which follow the summaries posted below. (Note: summaries for all sessions coming soon)
Women's Voices Matter: Women Elect to Speak June 6, 2004: NCRW Member Center Day June 7, 2004: Open to the Public Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill, Washington, DC
When privatization widens economic gaps and diminishes public services, women's voices matter. When Medicare, social security, and reproductive rights are under threat - and the government commissions charged with advancing women's rights are disbanded - women's voices matter. When internationally, U.S. aid commitments to women's education and health abroad are not met, women's voices matter.