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  • To promote culture, arts, education and training from a gender perspective;
  • To foster exchange, networking, mutual support and global cooperation among Women’s Museums;
  • To conduct research and the development of projects, exhibitions, new initiatives, community activities, seminars and conferences;
  • To promote and strengthen the acceptance of Women’s and Gender Museums worldwide;
  • To achieve international recognition in the world of museums; and
  • To advocate for women’s rights and a gender democratic society. 

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Women’s Museum Mexico: lecture

Women's Museum Mexico invites you to an online lecture on Carmen Mondragón (1893-1978) also known as Nahui Olin. The contemporary of Frida Kahlo was a painter, poet and model who shaped Mexico during the 1920s and 1930s. Learn more about Nahui Olin and her time in the...

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Let’s go to America…

...to airports and shopping-malls, to art museums and little galeries, to former farm houses and factories, to shops and offices – in short: to ordinary and extraordinary locations that are housing women' s museums. It is 2018 and my friend Resi and I are heading for...

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10 Years Interessengemeinschaft Frau und Museum

An initiative becomes an institution Getting involved + making visible On 3 November 2020, the Interessengemeinschaft Frau und Museum celebrated its tenth anniversary of foundation, unfortunately only in a small circle of the board due to Corona, but with a lot of joy...

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Women’s Museum Mexico: lecture

Join Women's Museum Mexico for a zoom lecture on Mexico's first women's congress which was held in January 1916. Dr.a Rosa María Valles Ruiz will also talk about the second women's congress held in November/December 1916 - an event which has been almost forgotten. 13...

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