At a national level the GCG is a member of the following networks:
- Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft der Einrichtungen für Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung in Niedersachsen (LAGEN)(link to German website)
The Göttingen Centre for Gender Studies is proud to announce a supporting addition
Since the joint research coordinator for the Gender Research consortium Lower Saxony (LAGEN) was instated in October 2015, she has been acquainting herself with the different locations and their research and is touring Lower Saxony (while keeping office with the GCG) in order to initiate and promote joint research projects in Gender Studies subject areas. Those interested in a Lower Saxon network may report to her (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Gender Studies Association (FG Gender)(link to German website)
- Committee of Women's and Gender Studies Institutions in German-speaking areas (KEG)
Through individual members the GCG is also involved in the departments and commissions for Women's and Gender Studies of numerous disciplinary associations.
The network "Gender and Migration @ Niedersachsen" was established by the GCG in cooperation with scholars from the Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies (IMIS) of the Osnabrück University and the Braunschweig University of Art (HBK). Funded by the Ministry for Science and Culture of Lower Saxony, it will operate under the aegis of LAGEN.
Network Gender und Migration@nds
At an international level the GCG is a member of the following networks:
RINGS Conference and annual meeting 2019 "Genders and Feminisms in a Polarised World: Sustainability, Futures and Utopias" (Deadline: April 30, 2019)
Special Issue on Power and Democracy in Iceland
Beyond that the GCG members ensure a wide range of contacts to various Gender Studies institutions abroad.
Netzwerk Transforming Values
The research network "Transforming values" wants to initiate and further advance interdisciplinary and transregional conversations on the dynamic relations between secularity, religiosity and gender across the globe, utilizing the interdisciplinary academic field of gender studies as a starting point.