To honour the International Women’s Day with concrete action for women empowerment, the Gender Equality Research Institute, in collaboration with the International Association of Constitutional Law, European Law Students’ Association and Aequitas – Students’ Association for Human Rights and Democratisation, organises an International Conference on Comparative Legal Review and the Judicial Protection of Gender Equality, taking place on 4 and 5 March 2021.


Divided in two days, the programme of the conference will address the following topics:

  1. the presentation of gender equality through historical and sociological perspective;
  2. a comparative review of gender equality, in particular by comparing legislative frameworks;
  3. and the (constitutional) judicial protection of gender equality.

The conference will be conducted online.


In order to enable young enthusiastive students to thoroughly examine the issue of gender (in)equality, we are also inviting all interested individuals to submit their scientific articles proposals (that are not longer than 1.000 words) until 10 February 2021. This will be followed by presentations during the conference, guided by the comments of renowned scholars in the respective fields. After the conference, the participants who want to get their work published, will have 6 weeks to finish their scientific articles and send them to Przegląd Europejski (a scientific journal of the Faculty of Political Science and International Studies. University of Warsaw), where it will later be published in a special issue.


A draft article proposal is not mandatory to participate at the conference. Nevertheless, due to limited number of participants via the online tool that will be used, anyone interested in participating at the conference must register prior to participation. Please register here:


We dearly invite each and every one who cares about gender equality and emancipation to join our endeavours and participate at the conference!