Is the future of abortion online?

By Hazal Atay, Ph.D candidate
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While the abortion debate continues worldwide, even in countries where it has long been legal, new drugs and online telemedicine services could provide access to safe abortion beyond borders and laws.

These women's accomplishments tell another story of America

By Amy Greene, researcher
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Two American Democrat representatives have been forbidden to enter Israel: “What are Trump and Netanyahu afraid of?” questioned the New York Times in an op-ed stating that such a decision “shows weakness and intolerance, not strength”.

Gender parity in Turkey’s Kurdish municipalities

By Hazal Atay, Ph.D candidate
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Turkish citizens went to the polls on March 31 to elect their mayors and local officials.

What is PRESAGE ?

Discover Sciences Po's gender studies programme in video
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PRESAGE, Programme de recherche et d’enseignement des savoirs sur le genre (in English, Research and Educational Programme on Gender Studies) is Sciences Po’s gender studies programme. It was created in 2010 by two economists, Hélène Périvier (FR) and Françoise Milewski (FR). It has three main objectives: advance research on gender, develop gender studies at Sciences Po and disseminate knowledge.

Dilemmas of Equality

Marie Mercat-Bruns, Réjane Sénac and Hélène Périvier's papers now in open access!
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The special issue "Dilemmas of Equality: Perspectives from France and the USA" of the International Social Science Journal is now in open access. Two articles were written by PRESAGE researchers.

France: The Republic Tested by Parity

Réjane Sénac's new publication
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Réjane Sénac is a researcher at the Centre of political researches of Sciences Po (CEVIPOF) and member of PRESAGE's steeting committee. She wrote chapter 32 of Palgrave's new Handbook of Women's Political Rights titled "France: The Republic Tested by Parity".

When abortion is ‘haram’, women find strategies to claim their rights

By Hazal Atay, Ph.D candidate
  • Women hold signs in a demonstration in Turkey. © ReutersWomen hold signs in a demonstration in Turkey. © Reuters

Many women took to the streets worldwide on September 28, the global day of action for safe abortion successes and put forth new demands for women’s right to access safe, free and legal abortion.

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