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24
Apr
2014

Think big - see things differently

This presentation by Marie Johnson will explore what the world might look like in 2020, why we need more women involved in that future, and building a career in technology.

05
May
2014

Standpoint Theory and the Formation of Gender Archaeology

We are delighted to host former editor of Hypatia journal and US 2013 Distinguished Woman Philosopher of Year, Professor Alison Wylie, as the second speaker in our 2014 public lecture series Feminist Theory Now.

05
May
2014

Women in philosophy: what needs to change?

To be launched by Professor Alison Wylie - this edited volume collects a series of critical essays by female philosophers pursuing the question of why philosophy continues to be inhospitable to women and what can be done to change it.

13
May
2014

She Leads 2014

The inaugural She Leads Conference will host 200 delegates and provide women leaders and those aspiring to leadership with the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and networks to accelerate their leadership journey.

16
May
2014

Meaningful mentoring for career growth

These workshops are designed to meet the group's commitment to better address employment equity in higher education. Workshop 1 continues the UAEW focus on building capabilities that will enhance executive competency and career prospects.

30
May
2014

Justice Connections Symposium III

National Conference hosted by Justice (Access and Administration) Research Group, School of Law, University of Canberra

10
Jun
2014

Gender Economics global conference 2014

This inaugural global conference will be held in Sydney in June 2014 and will bring together international speakers, leading academics as well as practitioners in the fields of Diversity, Economics, Sociology, Business Investment, Innovation and Leadership.

08
Oct
2014

Is prison obsolete? 7th bi-annual conference

The organisers of this conference say it's time to forget reform - it is time to talk about abolishing prisons in society. The conference will explore and encourage discussion about abolition and alternatives to prison over three days.

16
Oct
2014

Queer Theory's Foucault

This will be a co-prestened event between Queer Objects symposium and ANU Gender Institute 2014 Public Lecture series Feminist Theory Now

More details to follow.

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