The Icelandic Women’s Rights Association owns Kvennaheimilið Hallveigarstaðir, a large building in the center of Reykjavík, Túngata 14.
Hallveigarstaðir was opened in 1967 and was meant to serve as a home and refuge for women for all over the country. We honor this committment by offering our assistance with events and exhibitions celebrating women’s rights, women’s culture and women’s history.
We invite everyone who wants to celebrate women’s history to contact us, to see if we can help you host your event, krfi [at] krfi.is.
We have a large meeting room at Hallveigarstaðir, suitable for small conferences and panels. The room seats 80 and is equipped with a sound system, a projector and a fully equipped kitchen.
The Icelandic Women’s Rights Association has fought for women’s rights and gender equality since 1907.
IWRA is a member of the International Alliance of Women and the European Women’s Lobby.