Founded in 2021 by Professor Sally Hines, the Feminist Gender Equality Network (FGEN) is a cross-sector, interdisciplinary international organisation that adopts an intersectional feminist framework in order to:
FGEN is led by Directors and has a Steering Committee and Advisory Board. More broadly the Network is structured around thematic streams, which bring people together in their areas of expertise. These include: education, health and health care, equality, diversity and inclusion, law and policy, crime and criminal justice, sport, media and visual culture, violence, political representation and trade unionism, the third sector, galleries, libraries and museums, social work and counselling, race and ethnicity, religion and faith, sexualities, families and intimacy, ageing and later life, and employment.
FGEN currently has 1,500 members and is soon to become a CIC.