DOROTTYA RÉDAI is an independent scholar in Hungary, affiliated with the CEU Democracy Institute. Research interests: gender equality in education, sex education, the intersectional reproduction of social inequalities in education, and anti-gender politics in Central Eastern Europe. She also works as an activist in Labrisz Lesbian Association; she is the coordinator of the internationally renowned A Fairytale for Everyone book project.
We are out, we are loud, we are visible! As part of the @European Lesbian* Conference from 29 Sept – 1 Oct, our Dyke March will take place. Lesbians are not sufficiently represented in society, nor in the LGBTQI+ community – we want to change that! *Everyone is welcome to support* ✦ Bring your whistles, […]
In Europe and Central Asia, but also globally, the anti-gender movements are attacking their opposition using different political spaces and influencing both at a level of politics and policy. The narratives have been present for decades now, but the level of organisation and mobilisation that we see today can be considered as their peak. By […]
The film night at the Közkincs Library will screen short films by Hungarian and other contemporary lesbian filmmakers from Central and Eastern Europe, as well as lesbian-themed short films. The program is about 3-4 hours long, continuous and free to come and go. The Library can accommodate up to 40 people at a time. Films: […]
During a workshop we will talk about situation with lesbians in countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, which usually remains invisible on the map of Europe. Here we will see how invisibility impacts on lives of women, who face double or even multiple discrimination. We will talk about lesbians, bisexual women and trans, who […]