GADIP is a non-governmental organisation created as 2012, in Gothenburg, and managed by a working Board with an equal division of academics and practioners. GADIP is a network for feminists within academia and civil society who are interested and engaged in mutual knowledge and best practice exchange.
GADIP – Gender and Development in Practice is not bound to a political party or religion. The aim is to create a forum in which academics, practioners and activists can meet in dialouge concerning gender and Development issues in Sweden and internationally.
GADIP cooperates with the European network WIDE+ (Women in Development Europé+) which has since 2007 included more than 60 practioners from 33 different organisations, as well as researchers from different Universities in Sweden.
GADIP is currently working on a project ”The Europe we want” which is supported by EU and ERASMUS. The Project partners include Austria, Belgium, Spain and Sweden.
Are you interested in knowledge and best practice exchange between academics and practioners? Do you want to work from a gender perspective with Development issues internationally? Do you wish to enhance women’s power, economic equality and peace? Are you a feminist and want to work to change the World? If the answer is yes – then you should become a member of GADIP!
Membership costs 100 SEK/year to Bg 354-3295. State your name and contact information when you pay online. For more information please contact us via email: email@example.com
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In times of alternative facts and subjective interpretations of reality, it is of even more importance that we find meeting places where the academy and civil society can meet and exchange knowledge, so that we together can create better opportunities and living conditions for women and men – GADIP is such a meeting place!
We organise seminars, workshops and film screenings that highlight various current social issues with a gender perspective. Anyone interested in these questions is welcome to join GADIP and to participate in our activities, which are usually free of charge.
– Edmé Dominguez, Chairman