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About Inga T. Winkler

Inga Winkler is a lecturer at the Institute for the Study of Human Rights at Columbia University.  Her research focuses on socio-economic rights, gender equality and inequalities. Find more information on her work here and follow her on Twitter.

Inga T. Winkler est chercheuse indépendante et consultante auprès du Conseil de Concertation pour l’Approvisionnement en Eau et l’Assainissement. Elle travaille au Center for Human Rights and Global Justice de l’université de New York.

Articles by Inga T. Winkler

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The private, the social, and the political: a human rights perspective on transgender bathrooms

When it comes to LGBTIQ rights, bathroom politics reflect and are often linked to much broader questions of inequality and empowerment.

Trump, the other and human rights in society

The stigmatization and “othering” we’ve seen in Trump’s campaign will perpetuate systemic inequalities. Part of openGlobalRights' Trump and human rights debate.

Du tabou à l’émancipation : menstruation et égalité des sexes

Les menstruations et l’hygiène menstruelle apparaissent progressivement comme un élément central de l’égalité des sexes, des droits des femmes et du développement. English

From taboo to empowerment: menstruation and gender equality

Menstruation and menstrual hygiene are emerging as pivotal issues for gender equality, human rights and development. Français


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