5th Global Conference on Women’s Studies

deadline for submissions: 
July 7, 2023
full name / name of organization: 
Acavent
contact email: 

Following the success of the fourth edition of the Global Conference on Women’s Studies, we are excited to announce the 5th edition of this premier academic event. Attended by scholars, researchers, and scientists from around the world, WOMENSCONF is more than an academic event. It’s a community and a knowledge platform. The connections that you make at the event and the memories from learning and networking sessions will last you long after the event is over.

This women’s studies conference will zoom in on pressing challenges in the field and the barriers that communities face on global, regional, and local levels in their fight for gender equality. WOMENSCONF 2023 will take place in the lively city of Dublin, Republic of Ireland, on the 28th– 30th of July. While we are looking forward to meeting our attendees at the venue, if you can’t travel to Dublin, make sure to register as a virtual participant.

Mark WOMENSCONF 2023 on your calendar – this is a must-attend event on women’s studies.

The Organizing Committee will offer the participants a city tour free of charge, so learn about Dublin city.

All accepted papers will have publication opportunities in conference proceedings with ISBN Number in soft form with a DOI number.

All papers have also publication opportunities in various indexed international journals: SCOPUS, DOAJ, EBSCO, GOOGLE SCHOLAR, COPERNICUS, and many more.

The WOMENSCONF 2023 will be an in-person event & also include the live-stream Virtual component for those who cannot join physically but wish to learn, connect, and network. Delegates can attend & present their papers either in person or online from wherever they are in the world.

An Invitation Letter will be issued and sent after registration and payment of the registration fee. 

       Conference Themes and Topics

  • Activist Art
  • Challenging Male Dominance
  • Climate crisis and Environmental activism
  • Consciousness-raising
  • Cyber Feminisms—Blogs, Zines, and Reproductive Rights
  • Disabled women
  • Economic developments and the legal system
  • Equity and equality
  • Family history
  • Family policies
  • Feminism and decolonial praxis
  • Feminism and Nationalism
  • Feminist pedagogy and writing
  • Feminist theory
  • Gender and communication
  • Gender and Intersectionality
  • Gender and Migration
  • Gender and Sexual Diversity
  • Gender Equality and Educational Systems
  • Gender equality policies
  • Gendered and Sexual Diversities
  • Gendering the Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Globalization
  • Humanities relating to women and to gender
  • Implementation of gender equality
  • Implementing law
  • Inheritance rights
  • Intersectionality
  • Law and accountability
  • Laws and Policies
  • Legal remedies
  • Materialism
  • Men as allies in the struggle
  • Motherhood and Work-Life Balance
  • Nation-building
  • Popular and Folk cultures
  • Resocialization of Men
  • Social justice
  • Socialization of boys
  • Standpoint theory
  • Toxic Masculinity
  • Trafficking and Prostitution
  • Transgender Rights and Sexual Diversity
  • Transnational feminist theory
  • Women and Islamic Sharia
  • Women and Religion
  • Women Empowerment and Social Change
  • Women in Politics and Public Administration
  • Women, Climate Change and Inequality
  • Women, Media and Technology
  • Women’s history
  • Women’s Human rights
  • Women’s human rights
  • Women’s Spirituality and Religion
  • Women’s Success Stories
  • Women’s vulnerabilities