Olga Frańczak


Doctoral Researcher
MA Law

Academic and research departments

Department of Politics.

My research project

University roles and responsibilities

  • Organised an interdisciplinary intersectional feminist research retreat “Feminist Futures” for staff and students of the University
  • Organising Committee for the Doctoral College Conference 2019
  • Member of the Athena Swan Self-Assessment Team (PGR representative)

My qualifications

2016
MA Law
University of Wroclaw

Research

Research interests

Conference papers

  • “Gender stereotypes vs. culture” – the ratification of the Istanbul Convention in Poland, UACES 2019 Conference, Lisbon and ECPG 2019 Conference, Amsterdam
  • (Stereo)typical roles – a feminist perspective on the role of law in eradication of harmful gender stereotypes, Law and Society Association Annual Conference, 2019, DC
  • ‘Roots of the current gender discourse in Poland. Process of the ratification of the Istanbul Convention’, Impacts of Gender Discourse on Polish Politics, Society & Culture Comparative Perspectives, 2018, UCL
  • ‘Between stereotypes and Human Rights’, Towards Gender Equality: Clashes in Law Conference, 2018, University of Sussex
  • ‘Gender stereotyping represented in the work of the Council of Europe, Doctoral College Conference, 2018, University of Surrey

My teaching

My publications

Publications

Olga Frańczak (2016). Zagadnienie stereotypów płci w Konwencji w sprawie likwidacji wszelkich form dyskryminacji kobiet (CEDAW)
(The issue of gender stereotypes in the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women)