Statements:

Statement of the Network of University Teachers against banning the Gender Studies Program

Statement from European Sociological Association President about banning Gender Studies in Hungarian Universities

SEAS statement on the government’s proposal to close down gender studies MA degree program

Letter to the State Secretary for Education from President of RC32: Women, Gender, and Society of the International Sociological Association

ATGENDER (European Association of Gender Research, Education, and Documentation) statement on Hungary’s proposed ban on Gender Studies

Solidarity Statement from London School of Economic Gender Department 

CEU condemns attacks against Gender Studies programs in Hungary 

Letter of support from Cari M. Carpenter, Interim Director of the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

Letter of support from Jan Marie Fritz, Professor at University of Cincinnati, Visiting Professor at University of Johannesburg, and UN representative for the International Sociological Association 

Letter of Support from RINGS: the International Association of Institutions of Advanced Gender Studies 

American Sociological Association letter regarding Gender Studies in Hungary

Letter of Support from YSU Center for Gender and Leadership Studies

Letter of Support from the Dean, Faculty of Arts, Monash University; Director, Monash Gender, Peace & Security; and Director,  Centre for Women’s Studies & Gender Research

Letter from University of Vienna and Gender & Agency research network, protest against plans to outlaw the teaching of Gender Studies at Hungarian Universities

Statement against plans to ban Gender Studies programmes in Hungary, from the Department of Cultural Sciences, University of Gothenburg

Protest letter from alumni and supporters of Gender Studies in Hungary 

European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) statement on Hungarian government’s decision to discontinue Gender Studies in Hungary

Council for European Studies at Columbia University. Opposition to Gender Studies Ban in Hungary

European International Studies Association (EISA) statement on the Hungarian Government’s barring of Gender Studies from University Curricula

Letter from Academia for Equality

Statement from Polish Sociological Association (Polish)

Letter from Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities – Skojpe in support of Gender Studies programs in Hungary

Statement from National Women’s Studies Association against Hungarian government’s proposal to ban Gender Studies

European University Association (EUA) condemns Hungarian government plan to ban gender studies

Associazione Italiana Di Sociologia. Letter against the abolition of the Master programs in Gender Studies

ALLEA (All European Academies) statement on the inappropriate political infringement on academic curricula in Hungary

Representatives of 119 teaching programmes in gender studies joint letter to the Hungarian Minister of Education

BAUW (Bulgarian Association of University Women) letter of support to Gender Studies programs in Hungary

Letter of protest from Genderová Expertní Komora, Gender Expert Chamber of the Czech Republic

Letter of support from Centre for Gender Studies Panteion University (Greek)

VLIR announces Flemish rectors condemn decision to seek barring of Gender Studies in Hungary (Dutch)

British International Studies Association (BISA) statement of concern on the Hungarian Government and Gender Studies

Association for Slavic, East European & Eurasian Studies (aseees) Letter concerning Gender Studies in Hungary

British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) statement on gender studies in Hungary

Letter from the Executive and Board of the European Society for the Study of English (ESSE)

Letter from Gender Studies Network within ESSE, endorsing ESSE statement in support of Gender Studies in Hungary

Mandates of the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights; the Special Rapporteur on the right to education; the Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression; and the Working Group on the issue of discrimination against women in law and in practice. United Nations. 

Letter from the American Political Science Association

Statement on Hungary’s plan to ban Gender Studies from Uniko (Universities Austria)

Statement of the European Conference on of Politics and Gender Protesting the Plans of the Hungarian Government to Ban Gender Studies Programs

Discussion on Gender Studies in Hungary at the European Parliament Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality (video, start at 10:44). Presentation by representation from RINGS. 

 

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