The ANU Gender Institute is a cross-campus virtual institute providing a focus for existing activity on issues of gender and sexuality and a catalyst to develop and deepen them.
Join Paul Barclay from ABC’s Big Ideas unit as he explores the issues with four renowned public intellectuals from Australia and abroad.
To celebrate International Women's Day, Dr Kakenya Ntaiya will visit ANU to deliver a public lecture about her childhood in Kenya and the Kakenya Centre for Excellence, which she founded.
On the 6th and 7th March the How the Personal Became Political 2-day symposium was held. The symposium was the Gender Institute's Signature Event for 2017 and also celebrated International Women’s Day.
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Peruvian Congressman Alberto de Belaunde on human rights and LGBTI challenges in Latin America
Vacancy: Herbert and Valmae Freilich Foundation Convenor
How the personal became political: symposium reflects on the past and considers the future
ANU PhD student Francesca Maclean named 2017 Young ACT Woman of the Year
Applications now open for the pathways to politics program for women
Gender analysis of public policy: Crawford School executive course
Anne Summers launches the women’s manifesto
Feminartsy fiction and memoir prize
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