• Thu, 22. June 2023
  • 10:00 - 13:00
  • Innsbruck, Public AEP Library, Schöpfstraße 19

Morning talk with Ulrike Lunacek and Gerda Neyer

Feminist struggles against violence and for reproductive rights - globally and locally
Moderation: Christine Baur (Chairwoman of the AEP)
Ulrike Lunacek and Gerda Neyer are co-editors of the publication "Global Female Future. How feminist struggles are changing work, ecology and politics" (Vienna, 2022) - a polyphonic book with and about women from the global South on central feminist concerns and the democratization of gender relations. The discussion in the AEP library will focus on the control of women's reproductive capacity and violence against women and girls. Ulrike Lunacek was also one of the co-founders of the Tyrolean Women's Shelter.
Please register at: bildung@aep.at
Ulrike Lunacek: author and moderator in Vienna; studied English/Spanish interpreting in Innsbruck; has worked for Frauen*solidarität since 1984 and has been its chairwoman since 1995; long-time federal and European politician for the Austrian Green Party with a focus on European, foreign and development policy as well as human rights (especially women, LGBTI).
Gerda Neyer: born and raised in Bludenz; political scientist and demographer; board member of Frauen*solidarität; researched and taught on social/gender policy/fertility at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock and at the Universities of Stockholm, Stanford and Vienna.
An event organized by the AEP - Arbeitskreis Emanzipation und Partnerschaft in cooperation with the Office for Equality and Gender Studies at the University of Innsbruck as part of the University of Innsbruck's Diversity Week.
Further events within the framework of the Diversity Week can be found at
During Diversity Week, many academics will highlight the diversity of ideas, theories and working methods in their respective disciplines in their courses.
In addition, the university invites all interested parties to readings, discussions and films. The diversity of our city and our university should thus become visible, tangible and tangible.
The highlight of the week is the Festival of Diversity on June 24, 2023, from 11:00 to 20:00. Visitors can expect a varied and colorful program around the Folk Art Museum.

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