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Peruvian Congressman Alberto de Belaunde, one of the few political figures defending LGBTI civil and gender identity rights in Peru, will discuss the question of human rights, including LGBTI challenges, in Latin America.
This symposium explores events, transformations, policy changes and watershed developments in gender and sexuality in Australia in the 1970s.
This special screening of Hidden Figures will raise funds for a YWCA Great Ydeas grant, fostering entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership in the ACT.
In this special event, Abdel-Magied will be in-conversation with science communicator and chemist, Dr Alice Willamson, and will share her journey to leadership as a Sudanese refugee, balancing her diverse identity as a young woman, Muslim, engineer, writer and founder of the not-for-profit, Youth Without Borders.
This special workshop with Feminartsy editor and founder, Zoya Patel, will discuss the ins and outs of establishing an online profile to help market yourself as a freelance writer.
Please join us for the College of Arts and Social Sciences Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series. In this lecture, we welcome Mary Lou Rasmussen from the School of Sociology.
This year's Pamela Denoon Lecture titled 'The importance of mothers and families in lowering the indigenous incarceration rate' will be delivered by Josephine Cashman.
Produced by Elsevier in collaboration with experts from around the world, Gender in the Global Research Landscape will provide powerful insight through an evidence-based examination of the scholarly output and impact of research through a gender lens to inform governments, funders, and institutions.