Recognizing Gender and Sexuality at the United Nations

In May 2014 I participated in the conference “Habemus Gender” in Brussels to give a talk on the gender controversy at the UN, which popped up in the preparations for the 4th World Conference on Women (Beijing, 1995). This talk grew out into a much larger article that was published in 2015, as ‘Recognizing Gender and Sexuality at the United Nations’, in : ‘Habemus  gender!  Déconstruction  d’une riposte  religieuse’, Sextant (Revue  de  la  structure  de  recherche  interdisciplinaire  sur  le  genre  et  la  sexualité) 2015 – 31, Editions de l’Université de Bruxelles, pp. 25-41  

Text in PDF Gender and Sexuality at the UN

See about the book: http://www.editions-universite-bruxelles.be/fiche/view/2761

and the conference: http://www.ulb.ac.be/is/ags/RESUMES/Habemus_gender_2013.html