2020: The COVID pandemia: How are women and the feminist movement in Latin America being impacted? Virginia Vargas from Peru Sociólogist, militant feminist en Perú and Latin America. Graciela di Marco from Argentina Sociologist and prominent specialist on Gender issues in Argentina. Paloma Bonfil from Mexico Social anthropologist and feminist activist, she is one of the most well known specialists on the indigenous women’s situation in Mexico.
2019: Backlash 2. Konferens med fokus på bakslag i den feministiska kampen, med olika tematiska och geografiska perspektiv. The themes include: political rights and Gender based violence (Tunisia)
Backlash against obtained rights: abortion (Poland), Freedom of speech and other rights (Turkey)
Backlash against Gender research (Hungary), Women, migration and the Two-year rule (Sweden)
2018: Collaborative learning for women’s empowerment – workshop on pedagogy with a focus on migrant women”. During this second workshop we wanted to focus on something different – which is pedagogy. The traditional view on pedagogy is based on the act of someone teaching another – a form of thought still present today. With this workshop we aim to present different perspectives and communicate on pedagogy as the knowledge about how we learn.
2018: Women’s Voices: Civil society and immigrant women’s rights. The current political and economic situation in many countries, especially in Europe, is often conducive to unfriendly policies towards migrants and migrant women. However, what this workshop has shown is that there are many positive initiatives that strive to help people in need and bring good to societies. What is often forgotten is that the economy is not only about buying and selling, but there are many interconnected dimensions, and the topics that have been brought about today are all clearly important for the economy in its different dimensions.
2017: Backlash för kvinnor. Intenational conference on women’s right to decide on their own life. have influence in society and not be subjected to physical or mental abuse.
2017: Women in Diaspora: How do they meet and how are they approached in society? GADIP (Gender and Development in Practice) arranged a workshop with guest associations working on women’s health, violence and integration. The aim was to jointly discuss activities and experiences of working together with migrant women.
2016: GADIP organized an International conference on gendered conditions for refugees during and after refuge. Gender, Refugees and Security. October 21-22, 2016. Gothenburg, Sweden. The two most recent conferences were funded by GIG (The Gothenburg University network for gender research) and by Gothenburg municipality and resulted in detailed reports.GADIP also organizes workshops, open seminars and film screening on gender issues from a global perspective.
2015: GADIP organized Beijing +20, an update on the consequences of the Beijing conference of 1995.
2014: GADIP organized an international conference on Gendered consequences of the Economic Crisis in Europe.
2009: A GADIP workshop on Masculinities in a Global Perspective and a joint workshop with GADNET on the theme Gendered Resistance at Times of Economic Crisis. The workshop speakers were internationally renowned researchers, policy makers and activists. Both events were very successful with more than 50 participants from both civil society and academia.
2008: GADIP organized two events in Gothenburg. The theme of the first workshop was Gender and Globalisation and keynote speakers talked about challenges to gender equality in relation to religious revitalisation, sustainable development, HIV prevention, human rights, and gender violence. During GADIP’s evaluation meeting, the practitioners and scholars exchanged experiences and contributed democratically to the development of GADIP. The theme of the second workshop was Gender and Sexuality in Theory and Practice.
2007: The first GADIP meeting between academics and advocates was held.