Women & Gender

” Gender equality is critical to the development and peace of every nation ”

– Kofi Annan –

This is an important branch of study that expresses the stance of the gender and its identity in the society. This research area focuses on women’s studies, men’s studies and queer studies stressing on the importance of their existence, their freedom of expression with regards to exercising rights pertaining to their form in nature. The significance of this study is to explain the space that is designated for a particular form of gender and the matters in relation to the same ensuring no deprivation happens on the grounds of treatment.

The Conferences based on this branch of study does involve the perceptions confined to territories discussed in speaking of how things happen in their own nations and in the matter of liberty that is awarded to practice. Society plays an important role in this field of study as criticisms are a popular barrier that requires adequate research to be carried out to prove the viability of exercising an option successfully. TIIKM Conferences provide that stage to have a say on the plight and the issues that are currently underway across different parts of the world with the aim of achieving global sustainability.

Conference in line with Women & Gender

The 2nd International Conference on Future of Women 2019

The 2nd International Conference on Future of Women 2019

14th and 15th February 2019 in Colombo, Sri Lanka

we urgently require policies and programs to eliminate violence, to ensure a safe society that promotes their free and uninhibited mobility in public sphere, provide secure livelihood and access to economic resources, political participation, education, and healthcare

The 5th World Conference on Women’s Studies

The 5th World Conference on
Women’s Studies

25 – 27 April, 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand

This may bring into focus: how multiple feminisms could embrace differences among women, while simultaneously working toward solidarity to build a global women’s movement that reflects equality and justice