What We Do

IAWM has six goals to guide our mission. 

  • 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.

To achieve these goals, we provide three services to member museums.

Monitoring – we maintain a database of women’s museums worldwide and promote and disseminate their activities and exhibitions through our social media channels. 

Networking – we regularly co-organize international congresses with host museums for meetings, discussions, and exchanges between our members. We also work with other networks to foster collaborations between women’s museums and other museums or organizations.

Cooperating – We bring museums together to create collaborative projects, like the EU-project She Culture, and promote exchange and cooperation between our members.

Latest News

Violence against women and girls in Mexico

The Museo de la Mujer invites you to the conversation Violence against women and girls in Mexico, today, in commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women ♀️🧡. The appointment is this Friday, November 25, 2022 at 11 am. In this...

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Filmrelease Among us women

A film about birth, empowerment and being a woman in a changing society! Cooperation with the award-winning documentary AMONG US WOMEN - The Birthcafé Campaign continues to raise awareness and solidarity 'among us women' with Birthcafés. Join us! among us women -...

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Between the Worlds

Women's Museum Hittisau presents: 13.11.22 - 18.06.23 A photos and audio project by Nurith Wagner-Strauss Between the Worlds - Born 1915-1935: Hear their stories They were born between 1915-1935 and were young girls during the Second World War or still children. They...

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