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    Positive advice for newly developed MA Intersectional Gender Studies!

    Monday April 15th, the committee of the NVAO (Dutch Flemish Accreditation Organisation) decided to advise positively and unconditionally about the MA Intersectional Gender Studies. We expect the final decision of the NVAO in July.

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    International Women's Day: Why it's still needed in 2024

    Is emancipation complete yet? Do women now get the same opportunities as men in the scientific field? And what about diversity at university? Dr Annelies Kleinherenbrink shares her views on issues surrounding emancipation in 2024.

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    Why robots will never be our better self

    Trouw interviewed Olivia Guest and Annelies Kleinherenbrink to discuss ethical behaviour with robots. The full article is available on the Trouw website.

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    Displaying Difference, Displaying Sameness

    We often view cultural diversity and minority groups as separate societal entities. But when individuals from different societal groups make a family together, that's where we see what "integration" or "migrant inclusion" really means.

  • Alleenstaande vrouw aan de bar met haar mobiel in de hand

    Vox Podcast: The Science of Being Single

    The Vox podcast, In a Nutshell, dives deeply into the university's most interesting, strange, and exciting research. In this episode, Ea Utoft talks about an often-forgotten group of people: singles.

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    This Danish LinkedIn trend (unintentionally) maintains traditional gender bias

    Utofts' Research on motherhood on social media encourages reflection on the broader implications of societal expectations on new mothers. It emphasises the collective effort needed to challenge traditional gender roles.