RHEA generates fundamental academic research and expertise in the fields of gender, diversity and intersectionality. RHEA employs researchers from a variety of disciplinary background, working on both internally and externally funded projects.
FWO-Project "Harmful Cultural Practices. A critical analysis of cross-cultural discourses and moral understandings of gender, sexuality and embodiment"
VLIR-UOS TEAM "Improving Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health through a Participatory Parent-Child Communication Intervention in Uganda"
VLIR-UOS South Initiative "Sexual and Gender-based Violence in a Protracted Refugee Situation in Nakivale Refugee Settlement, Southwestern Uganda"
FWO-Project RepResent: Representation and Democratic Resentment
Who deserves (our) care? A critical enquiry of moral understandings and normative frameworks on health care for undocumented migrants.
Egg freezing and moral understandings of women anticipating future infertility
The role and experiences of family doctors, victims and offenders in cases of Intimate partner violence: an intersectional, qualitative approach in Belgium.
A comparative study on the roles of Confucianist Ren Ethics and Feminist Care Ethics. Playing in the construction of women's subjectivity
Understanding Women's Perspective of Reproductive Justice. A qualitative Study of Sub Saharan African Migrant Women Living in Belgium.