'No men beyond this point' is a science-fiction mockumentary set in an alternate world where in the 1950s, humans began reproducing by parthenogenesis. Sexual reproduction became rarer and rarer, and the babies born by way of parthenogenesis were all female, so that by the 2010s (when the mock documentary is filmed), the youngest male human on Earth is 37 years old; he is the ostensible subject of the mock documentary.
Marieke van den Brink, professor in Gender & Diversity Studies at Radboud University, will give an introduction to the film. She researches the workings of gender and diversity in the labour market. In her introduction professor van den Brink will address causes and consequences of gender diversity in organisations. Are men and women really different? And how would organisations be different with only women?