NAIDOC Week Symposium

Ms Tamara Riley; Ms Jan Chapman; Ms Shavaun Wells; Ms Amanda Wingett
11 July 2019 - 12:00pm

In 2019, the theme for NAIDOC Week is Voice. Treaty. Truth. These were three key elements to the reforms set out in the Uluru Statement from the Heart and represent the unified position of First Nations Australians.

Climate Change Adaptation in Asia and the Pacific: Is Gender Relevant?

Dr. Jayne Curnow; Prof Mark Howden; Prof Margaret Jolly; Rachel England; Dr Steve Crimp; Dr. Joyce Wu; Dr. Siobhan McDonnell; Dr. Rebecca Monson; Dr. Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt; George Carter
30 April 2019 - 9:00am

Is gender a consideration for your program, project or research? Now is the time to reflect on this.

Loud and Luminous: International Women's Day 2019 Launch and Symposium

Moshe Rosenzveig; Sandy Edwards; Professor Denise Ferris; Jeff Moorfoot; Anne O'Hehir
8 March 2019 - 9:30am

Come and join the ANU School of Art and Design to hear some great talks and conversation about women in photography and the photographic arts today. You will hear from long-standing practitioners, curators, educators, and passionate photographic arts community members.

Women of Mathematics: a one-day meeting at the ANU

Dr Anita Liebenau, UNSW; Professor Sylvie Paycha, Universität Potsdam; Professor Cheryl Praeger AM FAA, University of Western Australia; Professor Jacquie Ramagge, University of Sydney; Professor Kate Smith-Miles, University of Melbourne; Professor Yvonne
27 February 2019 - 9:00am

The event will celebrate Women of Mathematics through a range of activities, including a networking lunch, a panel discussion, long (1 hour) and short (20 minutes) research talks, and an official opening (with cocktail reception) of the exhibit "Women of Mathematics" at ANU.

After the rule: A symposium on alternative traditions of law, norms and rules

ANU Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies & ANU Centre for Law, Arts and the Humanities
21 September 2018 - 8:30am

This symposium will suggest new ways of seeing the relationship between interpretation, law, and justice: other spaces and cultural practices, other ways of reading and non-reading, other crystallisations of rules, order and discipline.

Initiatives for women in need - Flexible work, family and career: Can we have it all?

Kirsty Dwyer, University of Canberra; Danielle Dal Cortivo, Kayo Consulting; Bruce Tunnah, OAM, Department of Defence
1 September 2018 - 11:30am

Join speakers from diverse backgrounds as they share their expert views on the unique role of flexible working practices in empowering women, families and their quality of life.

AWHN symposium 2018: ‘The past is a position: History, activism and privilege’

Australian Women’s History Network Symposium
2 July 2018 - 9:00am

This symposium will be an intellectually exciting, thoughtful and active gathering that critically examine political experiences and ideas in the past, considers the legacies of these in the present, and works towards creating a better future.

AWHN symposium 2018: ‘The past is a position: History, activism and privilege’

Australian Women’s History Network Symposium
2 July 2018 - 9:00am

Registration now open for AWHN Symposium 2018: ‘The Past is a Position: History, Activism and Privilege’

Reproduction and family planning in Australia: symposium

Schools of Sociology and Demography, RSSS, CASS
21 November 2017 - 9:30am
This full day symposium asks timely questions about reproduction and family formation in Australia. New medical reproductive technologies, the transnational flow of reproductive tissues, and cross-border reproductive travel are often researched as distinct issues.

Inclusive teaching: making it happen

Dr Peter Anderson; Associate Professor Zane Ma Rhea; Professor Kristen Pammer; Dr Chris Browne; Dr Wafa El-Ahmadi; Francesca Maclean; Dr Kate Wilson
2 June 2017 - 9:00am

Don't miss the ANU Science Teaching and Learning Colloquium - 2017 Semester 1.


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