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Kvennaborðið – Authors of foreign origin & Icelandic literature

The Women’s Table: Authors of foreign origin: our access to Icelandic literature? Finnst þér erfitt að lesa íslenskar bókmenntir? Af hverju? Af hverju ekki?Hvað finnst þér um höfunda af erlendum uppruna sem skrifa á íslensku/á Íslandi? Do you find it hard to read Icelandic literature? Why? Why not? What do you think about authors of …

The Minister of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries donates 2 millions ISK to W.O.M.E.N.

Svandís Svavarsdóttir, Minister of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, handed over in Kjarvalstaður on Tuesday around 47 millions ISK to Kvennaathvarf (Women’s shelter), Rótin, Menntasjóðs/Mæðrastyrksnefndar, Menningar- og minningarsjóðs kvenna, Sigurhæðir, W.O.M.E.N. Samtök kvenna af erlendum uppruna and Stelpur Rokka. W.O.M.E.N. received 2.000.000 isk that will be put to good use. Wiktoria Joanna Ginter and Marion Poilvez …

Oświadczenie W.O.M.E.N oraz Immigrants In Iceland w sprawie komunikatu Fjölskylduhjálp Íslands Reykjanesi

Oświadczenie W.O.M.E.N oraz Immigrants In Iceland w sprawie komunikatu Fjölskylduhjálp Íslands Reykjanesi dotyczącego nierównego traktowania osób obcego pochodzenia szukających pomocy w ich organizacji. Dzisiejszego ranka nasza uwaga została zwrócona na fejsbukowy post Fjölskyldu, w którym przeczytać można było, że osoby z obywatelstwem islandzkim przysługuje pierwszeństwo w udzielaniu pomocy ze strony organizacji, a osobom obcego pochodzenia …

Statement of W.O.M.E.N on a post of Fjölskylduhjálp Íslands Reykjanesi regarding mistreatment of people of foreign origin

*Statement of W.O.M.E.N and Immigrants In Iceland on post of Fjölskylduhjálp Íslands Reykjanesi regarding mistreatment of people of foreign origin, who seek for help at their organisation.* It has been brought to our attention this morning, that Fjölskylduhjálp in Reykjanes has published a post in which we can read, that citizens of Iceland deserve to …