The AVG-Carhif is an archive and research centre specialized in women’s history.
The AVG realizes historical research, informs on current research in gender history and organizes activities to sensitize the general public on the subject of women’s history.
At the centre you can consult a vast collection of archives, books, magazines and pictures on women’s history and the history of the women’s movement in Belgium. Both women's organizations and private individuals can contact the AVG to make sure their archives will be kept under professional guardianship.
AVG-Carhif collects the Belgian news for the Newsletter of the International Federation for Research in Women's History. You can send your news to email@example.com.
The exhibition of AVG-Carhif "Gender@war 1914-1918: women and men at war" in collaboration with BELvue museum opens its doors from 9/9/2015 to 3/1/2016. More information here.
- Laura Nys (UGent) won the Johanna Naber Prize 2015 with her master thesis Liefde, lijden en verzet. Emotionele (tegen)praktijken in het Rijksopvoedingsgesticht voor lastige of weerspannige meisjes te Brugge (1927-1941). Lith Lefranc received an honourable mention. More information on the website of Atria.
- Students can now registers for the Inter University Master of Arts Program in Gender and Diversity 2015-2016. Professional Bachelors can take a one year preparatory course that gives direct access to the Master. More information on www.mastergenderendiversiteit.be/.
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