You can search here among the projects that have been granted funds for Nordic co-operation from the Nordic Gender Equality Fund. During 2021, the database will also be supplemented with descriptions of the projects that are granted funding from the Nordic LGBTI Fund and the Nordic research initiative on sexual harassment in the workplace.
You can choose whether to view projects funded in a specific year or completed within a specific theme. Here you can also see project funding, which organisations are collaborating and who the contact person is for the project.
The project, Share the Care, will provide new knowledge towards a less gender-segregated health care sector, a heavily female-dominated sector.... >>
The objective of the project is to – across the Nordic Region – to gather knowledge and to highlight what inhibits and what promotes gender balance in the media industry. ... >>
The forestry and agriculture sectors are important parts of the Nordic bioeconomy, but are two of the Nordic region’s most... >>
With the objectives of gender equality and diversity in Sápmi, the project aims to develop the gender equality policy for... >>
The project aims to promote young people’s ownership of the gender equality issue as a driving force for a sustainable... >>
The project will produce a Nordic overview of on the socio-economic patterns and cultural aspects of parental leave take-up by young parents.... >>
The project aims to arrange a panel discussion during 2019 between the editors of sister journals in the various Nordic nations about the situation of Nordic feminism. ... >>
To mark the 15th anniversary of the journal Fett, the project aimed to arrange a panel discussion during 2019 between... >>
The project is based on increasing research-based sexual harassment knowledge within organisations working to combat bullying in the Nordic region and Lithuania, and within their target groups. ... >>
The project is aimed at promoting new knowledge that contribute to the enhancement of gender equality among caregivers in the aging sector.... >>