The “Feminisms and Politics in the Interwar Balkans (1923-1939)” project [acronym FE.P.I.B.] explores the contacts, relationships and cooperation between the women’s/feminist organizations of the Balkan and Central European countries, and particularly the entanglement of their emancipatory policies with the politics in the region during the interwar period. FE.P.I.B. project also investigates the participation of feminist and women’s associations of the Balkan countries in the Balkan Conferences (1930-1934) and their activities in this context, as a continuation of the Little Entente of Womens' (LEW) activities and, most notably, as a direct involvement in government-planned policies in the Balkans and the wider region.