international centre for gender and women's studies
Our cross-faculty interdisciplinary Centre for Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Glasgow was established in 1993. We carry out research and resourcing work with an important focus on international collaboration, public seminars, day schools and conferences.
In celebration of our tenth anniversary the Centre introduced the new MSc in Gender, Rights and Development with the first graduate in 2005. After successful completion of their postgraduate work the graduates now work in a variety of fields. Our extended website includes details of staff research and supervision areas with PhD opportunities across various departments and faculties. The seminar and conference series continue to attract audiences from various walks of life and we support exchange visits with a number of universities internationally.
Joan Korenman's Resource Page for Women's Issues
Women's Studies / Women's Issues Resource Sites is a selective, annotated, highly acclaimed listing of web sites containing resources and information about women's studies / women's issues, with an emphasis on sites of particular use to an academic women's studies program. If you're looking for sites on a specific women-focused topic, you may prefer to use the following subject sections rather than scroll through the all-inclusive alphabetical listing.
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The Women Of Action Network
woa.tv :: The Women of Action Network offers empowering content for women presented in an exciting new way. Launched in 2006, woa.tv is an online network for and about physically active women that provides users with inspiring stories on notable figures, exclusive interviews with sports personalities and valuable information about healthy living.
Women's Self-Defense Institute
At Women's Self-Defense Institute, our mission is straight-forward: empower women through education to more effectively combat crime using awareness, prevention, risk reduction, risk avoidance and the self-realization of their own physical power to increase their personal protection options utilizing the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) System.