International conference Gender Mainstreaming in Higher Education: International Good Practices and Local Contexts was held on 20 October 2017 at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. The conference was organized by the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, with support from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Mission to Serbia, and the participation of distinguished authors from Germany, Sweden, Finland, Holland, the Czech Republic, and Serbia. The conference also included a roundtable devoted with the topic ‘Towards all-encompassing solutions for introducing gender perspective into policies of higher education’, and the highest representatives of educational institutions, governmental bodies, independent control institutions in Serbia, as well as representatives of the domestic and foreign institutions involved in the process of Serbia’s accession to the European Union, pointed out the practical achievements and visions of gender equality policies in the scopes of their competences. The primary goal of this roundtable was to develop discussion and exchange ideas in a way that would be productive and cumulative for further strategic steps in the sphere of gender sensitisation of the higher education. In addition, the presentations from the conference were later published in the book Gender Equality in Higher EducationConcepts, Practices and Challenges (Dragica Vujadinović, Zorana Antonijević (eds.), Akademska knjiga, Novi Sad, 2019).

Lecture of Prof. Dr. Marina Bjagojević Hughson “Gender equality and knowledge production: Hierarchies of Exclusion”

Lecture of Prof. Dr. Jeff Hearn “Men and Masculinitie in Academia, Higher Education and Science”

Lecture of Prof. Dr. Liisa Husu “Gender Mainstreaming in Higher Education: Nordic Perspective”

Lecture of Prof. Dr. Susanne Baer “Teaching Gender Studies in Law: Opportunities and Challenges for the Legal Profession”