(15.3.2018) In a briefing paper, the case is made for a gender-responsive EU planning and budgeting in the context of the preparation of the next EU Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF).

Promoting and strengthening asylum seeker, refugee and migrant women´s rights


b_170_0_16777215_00_images_logos_international_eu_flag_co_funded_re-Erasmusplus.jpgSeveral events focusing on different aspects and issues related to gender and migration will be held in Brussels (Belgium) on 6, 7 and 8 March 2018. These activities are organised by Le Monde selon les femmes in cooperation with WIDE+ in the framework of two projects co-financed by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and the Open Society Foundations.

(July 2017) With Agenda 2030, governments have pledged to advance gender equality and empower women and girls.

At the same time, they have committed to strengthening international trade and using it as a means to finance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in a way that is consistent with existing commitments, including those on women´s rights, and that respects each country´s right to implement policies for sustanaible development.

WIDE+ Gender and Trade 2017 Position Paper

b_170_0_16777215_00_images_fotos_2017_WIDEplus-conference-2016.jpg(30.6.2017) This paper critically examines contemporary European Union (EU) trade policy from a feminist perspective.

It argues that current EU external trade policy is fundamentally harmful to the human rights of women, men and children and to the preservation of our planet.

Its neoliberal core makes livelihoods more precarious, enhances inequalities, fosters financialisation of the economy, reduces access to medicines, undermines food sovereignty, and threatens environmental sustainability.

Feminist approaches to gender, migration, and democracy

WIDE (Austria) project within the frame of Erasmus+ / Strategic Partnerships


In cooperation with four partner organisations from the European WIDE+ network, WIDE carries out an Erasmus+ project (2016-18) with the aim to strengthen anti-racist feminist approaches within adult education on global/development issues.