- ANU Inspiring Women
- Grants & awards
- Courses & degree programs
- Diversity & workforce planning
- Gender networks
Upcoming conference at Nottingham University, UK, exploring gender issues through a responsible business lens.
Documentary Film Screening
This conference session is part of The 2013 Pacific and PNG Update which is being held Thursday 27 June & Friday 28 June 2013 9am - 5pm.
PAPUA NEW GUINEA UPDATE DAY TWO - FRIDAY 28 JUNE 2013
3.20pm - Gender-based violence
The Ministerial Advisory Council on Women (MACW) is hosting a Thinking Globally; Acting Locally Forum to celebrate the historical agreement made at the 57th meeting of the Commission on the Status of Women to eliminate and prevent all forms of violence against women and girls.
The Australian Women’s History Network Symposium this year will focus on ‘Women in Motion’, in association with the Australian Historical Association (AHA) conference theme of ‘Mobilities and Mobilisations’, and with the support of the Institute for Social Transformation Research at the University of Wollongong. They invite paper and panel proposals which consider the theme of ‘mobility’ from a gendered perspective.
This public lecture examines issues of the female self, language and performance in therapeutic cults in India.
This conference will provide an interdisciplinary platform for scholars and NGO representatives who work in the areas of childhood and education in South Asia.
This workshop is designed for students who would like to enhance the gender aspects of their research and writing by discussing their work with ‘gender experts’ from across campus and with other students.
This conference will focus on how to make lasting changes for women in policing, emergency services and the community.
This two day interdisciplinary conference will interrogate the idea of romantic love as a radical political, social and cultural ideal. Deadline for abstracts: 8 March 2013
This conference will explore the contours of Queer Studies as a transnational enterprise that engages issues of economic, political, cultural and linguistic difference in concert with critical reflections on the rapidly changing forms of sexual and gender difference across the planet.