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Atria examines the current position of women in society and provides advice for future policy. Policy makers, politicians, opinion makers, companies and civil society organizations can approach us for advice, research and interpretation of facts and numbers.More about Research and advice
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Papers Aletta Jacobs UNESCO Memory of the World
The archives of the Netherlands’ most prominent feminist Aletta Jacobs have been included in the UNESCO Memory of the World International Register.Read more
Who was Rosa Manus?
Rosa Manus (1881-1942) was an internationally oriented feminist and activist. In 1935, she co-founded the International Archives for the Women’s Movement.Read more
Dutch liberation skirts
The idea of the Dutch liberation skirt came from feminist and resistance fighter Mies Boissevain-van Lennep.Read more
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You can visit our library & reading room from Tuesday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.Read more
Blog CSW67 side event “Reality check! Accelerating gender justice and sexual and reproductive health and rights through digital technologies.”
What is needed in technology to make a safe space for women?Read more