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The child as cipher for a politics of ‘traditional values’ in the anti-gender movement: A comparative study of Russia and Germany

Project description

'Traditional values' in anti-gender movement

The EU-funded CHILDCIPH project will provide for a two-year fellowship at the School of Arts and Communication in Sweden to explore conservative and right-wing populist movements that advocate 'traditional family values', in particular conservative sexual and gender politics, in the name of protecting children. The project will examine the discursive construction of the child as the ultimate site of vulnerability and risk and hence in need of protection and policy intervention. CHILDCIPH will generate three articles and will be presented at international conferences, through blog posts, public events, as well as policy recommendations.


Net EU contribution
€ 191 852,16
Nordenskioldsgatan 1
205 06 Malmoe

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Södra Sverige Sydsverige Skåne län
Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Non-EU contribution
€ 0,00