Although women play a central role in the fishing industry in many parts of the world, their contribution has not been sufficiently recognised.
Now, the gender perspective on fishing is finally asserting itself.
“She was made popular,” says Ida Hove Solberg, who has examined the Norwegian translations of de Beauvoir’s work.
To participate in the labour market and to have a family are things most people take for granted.
In 1967, Norwegian women were finally allowed to decide for themselves when to get pregnant.
Since then, major developments have taken place within medicine and law, but also when it comes to our perceptions of gender, according to historian Sigrid Sandal. We need more knowledge to better understand women’s health, says medical doctor and Professor Johanne Sundby. Sølvberg has interviewed ten Norwegian upper class men about body, nutrition and physical activity.
She finds support in a new report on the same topic. According to her, leaders’ views on physical exercise may affect whom they choose to employ.
Xenophobia, double standards and guilt are central themes in the poetry collections that Kristina Leganger Iversen has studied.
In this podcast, the experts discuss barriers and offer solutions.
While the number of Swedes supporting the sex purchase ban is rising, more people also feel positive towards a ban on selling sex.
They demonstrated in order to secure their children’s future in Norway, but the protest was used against them as mothers.