One of the points of departure of the reflection on EUGENDERING is the fact that the vibrant scholarship which has been developed in recent years on gender and the EU is very scarcely integrated into EU studies curricula, not only at the BA level but also at the MA level. Most of the time, this analytical perspective is not covered at all in the curricula. A similar finding is that in gender studies curricula, the role of the EU or its strategic place in activists’ mobilisation repertoires are mostly neglected.

Consequently, the central concern of the EUGENDERING project is to develop a teaching programme as well as supporting teaching material which will give the opportunity to higher education students specialised in EU studies, as well as those specialised in other SSH disciplines, to become acquainted with the main notions and results of gender and the EU as a subfield of EU studies.