Lygių galimybių plėtros centras

About gender – publicly

This is a project of interdisciplinary seminars on gender issues in politics and culture. It was held in 2003-2004 .

Aim of the project – the development of sexuality and gender representation in nowadays culture and practices analysing texts and the current social and political events. Seminars promoted a dialogue between the academic , critical , and artistic discourses. In the cultural and artistic events the most pressing social and political issues like social inequality , globalization, the gap between the West, sexual emancipation , violence , marginalization and citizenship were discussed. The project was focused on the critical interpretive skills , political and social problems associated with ensuring equal opportunities , formulation of perceptions and decision strategies.

The first event of the project ” Gender and cinema : images, angles , the audience” took place in 2003 , December, Vilnius. It consisted the theoretical seminars, film screenings in „Skalvija” movie theater and a contest of short videos. Workshop on Gender and cinema begins with the cycle of events , combining academic, social , political and artistic debates.

The second workshop on Gender and pop culture took place on 4-5 November,2004  in Vilnius . The workshop was accompanied by a review of the video films competition review. It was a students program of the Vilnius Academy of Arts, Textile Department, which was called ” Trans – parade : gender (changing) fashion” , the cultural thematic articles were published in the press cycle .

The third seminar on „Gender and / as politics ” was focused on the political and cultural representation, also body policy (human rights situation in sexual / feminist perspective, trafficking in women , prostitution , „indecency ” regulation and censorship ) issues , problems of economic relations between gender and poverty  were discussed.

The partners are:

Equal Opportunities Ombudsman Office ;
Academy of Fine Arts ;
Skalvija Film Center ;
Goethe Institute in Vilnius.
Project Sponsor: Open Society Institute ( New York ) .

Tinklalapyje yra naudojami slapukai. Slapukai padeda užtikrinti tinkamą jo veikimą bei tobulinimą, todėl būtinieji slapukai (techniniai, funkciniai bei analitiniai) yra naudojami automatiškai. Siekiant individualizuoti Jūsų naršymo patirtį bei pateikti pasiūlymus, kurie būtų aktualūs būtent Jums, naudojami ir tiksliniai slapukai. Paspaudę „Sutinku“ Jūs sutinkate su tikslinių slapukų naudojimu. Savo sutikimą galite atšaukti bet kuriuo metu savo interneto naršyklės nustatymuose, ištrindami įrašytus slapukus. Daugiau informacijos - Privatumo politikoje. View more