The objective of Sustainable Development Goal No. 5 is to achieve gender equality and empowerment of all women and girls. It targets an end to all forms of discrimination and violence against women and girls as well as to child and forced marriage and genital mutilation. It also calls for unpaid care and domestic work to be recognised and for the facilitation of women's equal participation and equal opportunities for positions of responsibility for women as well as universal access to reproductive medicine (UN 2020). Beyond Sustainable Development Goal No. 5, this involves legal reforms for transgender and intergender persons which are based on the demands put forward by their interest groups, appropriate medical care that is as self-determined as possible (no forced surgical operations for intergender children if there are no serious health reasons, the breaking down of barriers with regard to gender-reassignment measures for transgender persons, etc.) but also freedom from discrimination, building measures, and inclusive language and forms of address.
Work in progress.
Prof. Bettina Kleiner, Gender Studies and Qualitative Methods
Prof. Dr. Helma Lutz, Institute of Sociology | Department of Social Sciences
Prof. Dr. Sarah Speck, Institute for Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Sociology with a focus on women's and gender studies II
Schriften zur interdisziplinären Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung: Blättel-Mink et al. (eds.)
Cornelia Goethe Centre for Women's and Gender Studies
Goethe University received the TOTAL E-QUALITY AWARD for equal opportunity in 2015
Between 2005 and 2018, Goethe University was certified four times as a family-friendly university
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