Lieutenant Colonel Clare O’Neill, Royal Australian Engineers; Wing Commander Hannah Jude-Smith, Royal Australian Air Force
24 May 2018 - 5:00pm
In an interactive seminar, the speakers will address questions including: why did they decide on a career in the armed forces? How did they go about pursuing their career paths? What do their jobs entail? How do they combine academic learning with combat and command experience? What are some of the key challenges they face? To what extent are some of these challenges gender-specific?
This seminar considers the development of the minimum wage, along with the tax and transfer system, and changing patterns of women’s engagement in the paid workforce. It is both historical and quantitative and addresses the interaction of these and other elements of Australian institutions.
Associate Professor Susan Harris-Rimmer, Griffith Law School
26 April 2018 - 5:30pm
This paper analyses the layers of legal protection in post-conflict Afghanistan for sexual assault by Afghan armed forces, with a focus on US, Canada, The Netherlands and Australian forces as part of ISAF.
Women in International Security: Theory and Practice’ Seminar Series 2018-19
19 April 2018 - 4:00pm
This research seminar is the first of the ‘Women in International Security: Theory and Practice’ Seminar Series 2018-19. Consisting of research, career development, and policy dialogue seminars, this series showcases the work of prominent women in the fields of international security.
CSIRO summer vacation scholarship students will be presenting their research findings: 'Mainstreaming and Modelling: A systematic review of how gender analysis could impact water management modelling' by Ms Evangeline Packett and 'Gender! Where? Rethinking geographical scale and gender in SDIP' by Mr Toby Walmsley.