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In this lecture, Prof Nasreen will show that triple talaq has become an acid test for Indian democracy that aims to offer all women rights equal to that enjoyed by men.
"Involving Men in Ending Violence against Women" provides a feminist analysis of men’s motivations for joining violence against women’s movements.
In both the United States and Australia, women provide the bulk of care for infants, establishing patterns that may have ongoing effects on how mothers (and fathers) balance work and care obligations throughout the childrearing years. This project, which is part of my research as a Fulbright Senior Scholar, compares and contrasts recently-enacted paid parental leave (PPL) schemes in the United States and Australia to assess the extent to which different structures may perpetuate gendered divisions of family labor.
A celebration of the new Asian and Pacific Culture, Media and Gender Studies major
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.
Post-truth, compelling fiction: on transnational feminist politics, knowledge claims and contemporary art
Together with ‘fake news’, post-truth has become a watchword for the swiftly moving media hyperbole characteristic of the new nationalisms and their reactionary rhetoric of intolerance and exclusion.
Join us to hear from Jax Jacki Brown In-conversation with Yen Eriksen. The conversation will centre around activism, human rights, and equality.
Implicit bias in academia: a challenge to the meritocratic principle and to women's careers - and what to do about it
The disproportional loss of female talent in academia is evident and systematic almost without exception across disciplines, faculties, universities, and countries. Join us for this exciting opportunity to think and talk to each other about why this happens, and ways to stop it.
This workshop will invite a discussion of the varying political roles of women, considering the possible relevance of varying degrees of matrilineality and other factors shaping their political involvement across Asia.
If you are a PhD candidate or post-doctoral researcher and your research focuses on masculinities in the political arena in a European context, join us for an exciting summer school this August.