#MeToo, Migration, Race and Class – Kvenréttindafélag Íslands

Tatjana Latinovic, Chair of the Icelandic Women’s Rights Association, addressed the international conference #MeToo: Moving Forward, in Reykjavík 17-19 September 2019. She discussed the status of immigrant women in Iceland, their experience of sexual harassment and violence, and their #MeToo activism.

Konur af erlendum uppruna.Framtíðarfræði.Já-bíllinn – Samfélagið

Umsjón: Leifur Hauksson og Viktoría Hermannsdóttir Angelique Kelley og Amelia Mateeva: Félag kvenna af erlendum uppruna sameinar konur sem sest hafa að hér á landi og styður þær í að fóta sig í nýju landi Karl Friðriksson stjórnarform.


International Women’s Day 2010 – We can Do Better

 Internationl Women’s Rights Day 2010 We can do better Good day people. And Happy International Women’s Rights Day. There are many jokes going around that all the foreigners have left Iceland. But the fact is there are still 22,644 immigrants in Iceland or 9% of the country‘s population. 13,145 of them are women. In recent …

International Women’s Day 2013 – Women’s Rights to Healthcare, Not an Easy Battle

Women’s rights to health care, not an easy battle Health care services provided for women in Iceland offer services beyond what some women could even wish for in other countries, although from time to time one will hear women complain, Iceland fairs pretty well in the world when it comes to women’s rights to health …

Women’s Day Off October 24 2005

Women’s Day off October 24. 2005Dear women – onwards, girls!Today is a very important day, today we stand up against inequality towards women in the labour market, unequal salaries and unequal work situations. Both Icelandic and foreign women are faced with inequality and have fought against this for more than a century. W.O.M.E.N. celebrate their second …

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