Liesbet Stevens [BE]

Gender Stereotypes as a Challenge for Law and Society

Gender Stereotypes as a Challenge for Law and Society
Gender Stereotypes as a Challenge for Law and Society

01.10.2016

Stereotypical attitudes to women and men and to gender are still commonplace in our society. The judicial world is also not immune to them. Where are these apparent? What are their effects? And how can they be counteracted?

Liesbet Stevens is Deputy Director of the Institute for the Equality of Women and Men. She also teaches sexual law at KULeuven.

During the RE:MAKE-talks at 7 PM, experts find inspiration in the performance that follows.

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