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Anna Bligh knows something about hard knocks and high walls. She was raised by a single mother in the working class Gold Coast, a young girl with a soon-to-be-estranged dad who struggled with alcoholism.
The ANU Gender Institute presents Dr Kiran Martin, Founder and Director of Asha (“hope” in Hindi). Asha is a Delhi-based NGO that works in partnership with women in slum communities to improve living conditions and access healthcare, education and financial services.
ANU Gender Institute - Gender and History node 2015 seminar series: Katie Sutton, Lecturer, German and Gender Studies, School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics
This workshop, run by Advocacy for Inclusion, is focused on increasing the community’s capacity to support women with disabilities experiencing violence. Facilitators and speakers include women with disabilities.
The Editorial Collective of Lilith: A Feminist History Journal is pleased to announce a one-day symposium intended to celebrate and build upon the rich tradition of placing the body at the centre of feminist historical analysis.
ANU Gender Institute - Gender and History node 2015 seminar series. Presenter: Vicki Luker, School of History, School of Culture Histoy and Language, ANU
Hosted by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.