Nordic Information for Gender Knowledge (NIKK)
1 Sep 1995, to build on and consolidate the activities of the former Coordinator for Nordic Women's Studies. A regional multi- and interdisciplinary research institute for the Nordic countries and autonomous territories. Original title: Nordic Institute for Women's Studies and Gender Research -- Institut nordique d'études sur la condition féminine et la recherche sur l'égalité des sexes -- Instituto Nórdico en Estudios de la Mujer e Investigaciones de Género -- Nordiskt Institut för Kvinno- och Könsforskning (NIKK) -- Nordisk Institut for Kvinde- og Kønsforskning -- Nordisk Institutt för Kvinne- og Kjønnsforskning -- Pojhoismainen Naistutkimusinstituutti -- Norraena Kvenna- og Kynjarannsóknastofnunin -- Avannaamioqatigiit Arnanur Suiaassusersiornermulu Ilisimatusarfiat -- Davviriikkalas Nisson- ja Sohkabealedutkama Instituhtta. Until 31 Dec 2011 existed under title of Nordisk Institutt for Kunnskap om Kjønn (NIKK) -- Nordic Gender Institute, when it was closed down by D-XD4238 - Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM). Refounded under current title 2012.
Advance, initiate, coordinate and inform about women's studies and gender research both within and outside of the Nordic countries.
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