Geraldine Reymenants

Geraldine Reymenants has been the general representative of the government of Flanders in southern Africa since July 2014.

The General Representation, representing Flanders in seven countries in southern Africa – with a specific focus on South Africa, Malawi and Mozambique – is responsible for supporting and facilitating all official contacts between the government of Flanders and its partner countries, and it promotes, supports and engages in culture, development cooperation, education, science and technology, human rights and youth policy, among others.

Before she joined the Flanders department of foreign affairs in 2012, Geraldine worked as research coordinator at the Belgian Institute for the Equality of Women and Men (2005–2011), and as researcher in gender studies at Ghent University, Belgium (1999–2004). She has a master’s degree in history (Ghent University, 1997) and a postgraduate degree in women’s studies (University of Antwerp and Utrecht University, 1998). She also holds a PhD in history (Ghent University, 2005), and has published extensively on women writers and gender in the literary field.

Contemporary dance productions from Flanders to visit South Africa

Marli van Eeden, Geraldine Reymenants Interviews 2019-05-23

Contemporary dance productions from some of Flanders’s leading dance companies, Les Ballets C de la B and Siamese Cie, will soon be touring in South Africa.