Veranstaltungen: Dokumentation

18.9.2002

Congress Programme

Implementation of Gender Mainstreaming in Europe

Friday, 6 September 2002

2.00 p.m.: Welcome
Monika Krüger, Vice-president of the University of Leipzig, Germany

2.15 p.m.: Opening
Bernd Hübinger, Chief of the Central Affairs Division, Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), Bonn, Germany
Petra Grüne, Head of Department, Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), Bonn, Germany

2.30 p.m.: Salutory
Joachim Henkel, Federal Ministry of the Interior, Berlin, Germany

2.45 p.m.: Introduction: Gender Mainstreaming - A Political Concept for Europe
Mieke Verloo, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands

3.15 p.m.: German Example
Birgit Schweikert, Federal Ministry for Family, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, Berlin, Germany
Discussion
Chair: Claudia Neusüß, Feminist Institute of the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation, Germany

4.30 p.m.: Dialogue: A society of gender justice in the globalised world – is it like trying to square the circle? Saskia Sassen, University of Chicago, USA
Discussion
Chair: Claudia Neusüß, Feminist Institute of the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation, Germany

7.30 p.m.: Reception at the New Town Hall of the City of Leipzig
Andreas Müller, Deputy Mayor of the City of Leipzig, Germany
Gabriele Goldfuß, Section for International Relations of the City of Leipzig, Germany


Saturday, 7 September 2002

9.00 a.m.: Discourse
"Education and Learning for Sustainability"
Koto Kanno, UNESCO, Basic Education Division, Paris, France
Lissy Gröner, Member of the European Parliament, Strasbourg, France
Chair: Susanne Baer, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. Parallel Forums 1- 9
"Challenges for Individual and Organisational Learning Processes"

In the panels, experts will discuss social and political questions and thereby stress the gender mainstreaming aspects of the problems. The European dimension of these questions will be of particular interest. The following questions are especially important in all those panels: What is the specific gender mainstreaming aspect of the subject being discussed? Why is it important to discuss questions of gender mainstreaming? Which prerequisites are necessary to implement gender mainstreaming in the fields being discussed? Which learning strategies should be developed in order to improve readiness and the ability to implement gender mainstreaming.

Panel 1: Ecology and Economy
  • Documentation

  • Renée Laiviera, Department for Women in Society, Valetta, Malta
    Max Peschek, Graduate Engineer, Bremen, Germany
    Chair: Steffen Grimberg, Journalist, Berlin, Germany

    Panel 2: Social Policy
  • Documentation

  • Marianne Weg, Consultant for Gender Mainstreaming, Wiesbaden, Germany
    Lars Jalmert, University of Stockholm, Sweden
    Chair: Gaby Sohl, Journalist, Berlin, Germany

    Panel 3: Foreign and Security Policies
  • Documentation

  • Fotini Sianou, Research Centre for Gender Equality (KETHI), Athens, Greece
    Simone Wisotzki, PRIF - Peace Research Institute, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
    Chair: Gemma Carney, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

    Panel 4: Multicultural Societies
  • Documentation

  • Neval Gültekin, University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt/Main, Germany
    Wolf Schmidt, Koerber Foundation, Hamburg, Germany
    Chair: Birgit Beese, Research Institute for Labour, Education and Participation (FIAB), Recklinghausen, Germany

    Panel 5: Science and Research
  • Documentation

  • Sibylle Krummacher, Research Centre Jülich, Germany
    Jeff Hearn, University of Manchester, UK, and Swedish School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland
    Chair: Wilfried Kunstmann, Protestant University of Applied Sciences Bochum, Germany

    Panel 6: Justice and Crime
  • Documentation

  • Grigoris Lazos, Panteion University of Athens, Greece
    Susanne Baer, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
    Chair: Gudrun Tolzmann, Federal Ministry of Justice, Berlin Germany

    Panel 7: Body and Identity
  • Documentation

  • Michael Meuser, Committee for interdisciplinary Research in Men- and Gender Affairs, Cologne, Germany
    Dorothee Alfermann, Director of the Centre for Women‘s and Gender Studies, University of Leipzig, Germany
    Chair: Ilse Nagelschmidt, University of Leipzig;
    Petra Grüne, Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), Bonn, Germany

    Panel 8: Political / Civic Education
  • Documentation

  • Ivo Hartman, Instituut voor Publiek en Politiek, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Karin Derichs-Kunstmann, Research Institute for Labour, Education and Participation (FIAB), Recklinghausen, Germany
    Chair: Gerrit Kaschuba, Institute for Feminist Social Research e.V., Tübingen, Germany

    Panel 9: Media and Information Society
  • Documentation

  • Christiana Weidel, World of NGO´s, Vienna, Austria
    Jo Groebel, Director of the European Institute for Media, Düsseldorf, Germany
    Chair: Thorsten Schilling, Head of Department, Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), Bonn, Germany

    11.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.: Open Space Conference
    "Gender Mainstreaming – How to Mainstream the Future of Europe"
    Michael Funke, Organisational Consultant, Leipzig, Germany
    Heidemarie Wünsche-Pietzka, Strategy 21e.V., Organisational Consultant, Bonn, Germany
    Open Space Team 2000

    Sunday, 8 September 2002

    10.00 a.m.: Final Panel
    Input-Lecture
    Michael S. Kimmel, University of New York, USA

    Bye-bye feminism – hello Gender? Traditions and Visions
    Inge v. Bönninghausen, National Council of German Women's Organisation, President, Berlin, Germany
    Michael S. Kimmel, University of New York, USA
    Michael Meuser, Commitee for interdisciplinary Research in Men- and Gender Affairs, Cologne, Germany
    Hildur Jonsdottir, Equal Opportunities Officer of the City of Reykjavik, Iceland
    Lars Jalmert, University of Stockholm, Sweden
    Chair:
    Claudia Neusüß, Feminist Institute of the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation, Germany

    11.30 p.m.: Closing
    Christine Weber, Secretary of State for Social Affairs of the Saxon Government, Germany


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