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Come hear about the results of CARE’s costing of sexual harassment on the productivity of Cambodia’s garment industry.
This talk provides a gender analysis of how women and men are affected by the pollution of Manchar Lake in Pakistan.
In Mia Freedman's new book, Work Strife Balance, she shares her most mortifying slip-ups in life, love and work, and how they came to shape the person she is today. Don't miss this ANU/Canberra Times meet the author event!
This symposium is designed for those influencing, supporting or leading an organisational response to domestic and family violence.
Feminartsy Ideas Fest is an inaugural one-day event from online feminist journal, Feminartsy, bringing together creatives and artists from all mediums together to explore the intersection between feminist activism and a creative practice. If you’re a feminist, creative, and keen to bring the two impulses together, Ideas Fest is for you!
Join Rachel Stephen-Smith MLA, Minister for Community Services and Social Inclusion, Tara Cheyne MLA, Bec Cody MLA and Suzanne Orr MLA as they discuss what they love, like or have learnt to accept in their first 6 months as members of the ACT Legislative Assembly.
ANU/CANBERRA TIMES MEET THE AUTHOR EVENT
Chloe Shorten will be in conversation with Anna-Maria Arabia on Chloe's new book, Take Heart: A Story for Modern Stepfamilies.
"I am a feminist because I know that having so much joy and satisfaction and at home and at work, it would be completely unacceptable to say to other women, the young women I meet, so full of potential, "you're on your own". Book now for the EMILY's List 2017 Oration with guest speaker Deputy ALP