Investigating the impact of everyday chemical exposure on gendered and reproductive health, and proposing steps for change
Exploring how gender roles matter when families use water — and how feminist approaches can enrich conservation efforts
Imagining a feminist abolitionist future, free from incarceration and state-sanctioned gender violence
Asking who our sexual violence policies serve, and creating new and intersectional pathways to justice
News and Announcements
A Conversation with Kimberly Durdin
Join the Black Feminism Initiative on February 10 for Black Feminism, Care, and Reproductive Justice in Urgent Times: A Conversation with Kimberly Durdin. This event focuses on the innovative historical and ongoing care practices and visions for justice that Black women have developed to confront institutionalized reproductive racial violence.
Thinking Gender on March 6, 2020
Thinking Gender 2020 will take place on March 6, with a keynote panel headlined by Mariame Kaba. The conference focuses on feminist, queer, trans, anti-carceral, transnational, and intersectional approaches to sexual violence.
UC Extreme Sentencing Project Awarded Seed Grant!
CSW Associate Director Grace Hong received a seed grant from the Institute on Democracy and Inequality for a new project that will track how gender, race, socioeconomic status, region/county, and other factors influence the length of sentences and parole decisions. The project centers the perspectives and insights of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people.
The abridged, illustration version of CSW’s 2018-2019 Annual Report is now available for download. We are so excited to share our accomplishments from the past academic year with you, and we look forward to even more exciting things in 2020!
Gender and Water Working Paper Series
Now available online is the Gender and Everyday Water Use in Los Angeles Working Paper Series which presents preliminary results from the Gender and Everyday Water Use in Los Angeles Study conducted by faculty and student researchers at CSW.
New CSW Policy Brief on Sexual Violence and Intersectionality
CSW is pleased to announce the publication of a new set of policy briefs on sexual violence and intersectionality, authored by UCLA Graduate Students. Congratulations to our student authors and thank you to our faculty review committee for your hard work bringing this project to fruition. Download your copy today!