Caring for change - connections between gender & climate

  • Location: Zoom
  • Date: 23.04.2024, 17:30 – 19:00

Climate change is considered the challenge of our time. Solutions are often characterized by a scientific-technical approach, but it is about more than that: global and local social inequalities mean that people are affected differently by the consequences of climate change. The interactive lecture shows how gender and climate are connected. Because without gender equality, there can be no climate-friendly society and vice versa. You can find more information here.


Interactive poster exhibition for International Women's Day

  • Location: University of Innsbruck, Agnes-Heller-House
  • Date: 06.03.2024, 11:30

On March 6, an interactive poster exhibition will take place on March 8 - International Women's Day, which is celebrated internationally as a feminist day of struggle in its political significance. The poster exhibition at the UIBK makes it possible not only to deal with sustainability in the context of the UniNEtZ, but also to use the developed content in a sustainable way, to illuminate it in different contexts and to explore it in new ways. In this case, the focus is on aspects of the social dimension of sustainability and the sustainable development goal gender equality (SDG 5) - using the example of the SDG 5 posters created by communication designer Elisabeth Kopf, which were presented in the Austrian Parliament in December 2022. The aim of the interactive poster exhibition is to enable interaction in public and thus encourage participants and passers-by alike to reflect.


Safer Cities – Safer Public Spaces in Austria

  • Location: Ilse-Wallentin-Haus, Peter-Jordan-Straße 82, 1190 Wien
  • Date: 27.11.2023, 16:00

As part of the UN action "Orange the World", the 16 Days against Violence against Women, UN Women Austria in cooperation with the BOKU Coordination Office for Gender Equality, Diversity and Disability and with the support of UniNEtZ invites you to the panel discussion Safer Cities - Safer Public Spaces in Austria. More Information may be found here.