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Once again, it is necessary to make visible the urgency of continuing to work for equality between women and men. Once again, a 8 is required in March.

In the face of certain voices that attempt to pervert the meaning of the feminist struggle, it is urgent to remember that feminism is a social and political movement of more than three hundred years of history that, always with peaceful means, intends that women, who are Half of humanity can enjoy the same rights as the other half of the world population. That demands the respect and the tolerance between the people, that fights so that it is not possible to be discriminated against nobody nor in function of the sort, neither of the color of the skin, nor of the origin, nor of the beliefs.

Feminism, therefore, is an unequivocal defense of human rights. Universities, as centers for creation and transmission of knowledge, must be leaders in the defense of democratic and egalitarian values. Intelligence, capacities and talent have no gender, and all are necessary for the construction of a fairer but also more sustainable world.

From IRIE we support the commemoration of this meaningful date and we maintain the commitment to coeducation, as a basic tool for coexistence, and as a prevention of intolerances and violence.

Feminism is justice, equality, sorority and defense of rights that make us citizens of full right to all parts of the planet.

One year, from IRIE, we want to add our voice to the general clam against the sexist violence. The educational world, increasingly mobilized against this serious social problem, plays, and must play even more, a key role in its prevention. We need to be able to educate children with truly coeducational values, values ​​focused on justice, equality between all people, non-discrimination in any of its possible faces. They have to learn that loving is not possessing, not controlling.

Presentation of the book: Teach philosophy at the dawn of the University (1200-1240), of the doctor Antoni Bordoy, researcher of the group Studies of culture, society, communication and contemporary thought (CSCP), and professor of the Department of Philosophy and Social Work of the University of the Balearic Islands, which took place on November 19 in Can Oil, Palma.
With the aim of helping to understand our present from the past, this book explores the origins of the European university system: the reasons that motivated it, the discussions that took place, the resulting structures, the study plans and the contents that were taught. The book includes the translation of Accessus, the first university teaching manual that is conserved and that corresponds to the studies of liberal arts and philosophy.
November of 2018