The Individual Deprivation Measure 'Measure What Matters' Global Conference

Australian National University, International Women's Development Agency, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
6 April 2020 - 12:00pm

World leaders in poverty, gender equality and development policy will gather in Canberra in April to discuss the relationship between multi-dimensional poverty and individual characteristics such as gender, disability and age.

Kate Crawford on AI and Power: From Bias to Justice

Kate Crawford, NYU Distinguished Research Professor
17 December 2019 - 5:30pm

Machine learning systems now play a much bigger role in many of our social institutions, from education to healthcare to criminal justice.

Roundtable with Leigh Goodmark: Decriminalising Domestic Violence - A Balanced Policy Approach to Intimate Partner Violence

Professor Leigh Goodmark
12 December 2019 - 3:00pm

Drawing on our International Restorative Community Network, RegNet is delighted to be able to host Leigh Goodmark for an intimate Roundtable. 

Ian Iqbal Rashid and Omar Sakr

Ian Iqbal Rashid; Omar Sakr
9 December 2019 - 5:30pm

The Humanities Research Centre and the Freilich Project are honoured to host an evening of poetry and short films exploring the complexities of sexuality, culture, faith and identity.

Behind Closed Doors: Complaints and Institutional Violence

Professor Sara Ahmed
5 December 2019 - 5:30pm

Professor Sara Ahmed will deliver the Humanities Research Centre's Inaugural Distinguished Lecture.

New Network on the History and Legacies of Violence

Professor Carolyn Strange
5 December 2019 - 2:00pm

The ANU has many researchers who approach the history of violence and its legacies. From the ‘big bang’ and the formation of the universe, to the collapse of ecosystems, to neural imaging of trans-generational trauma, to requiems and elegies, to restorative justice initiatives, to battlefield tourism and re-enactment, to truth commissions and testimony, to reparations this topic can be interpreted from many angles.

Young Men and Access to HIV Care in Jakarta, Indonesia

Dr Benjamin Hegarty, University of Melbourne
4 December 2019 - 12:30pm

Indonesia has recorded a worsening HIV epidemic among key populations (those most at risk of being affected by the virus), in particular among young men who have sex with men in large metropolitan centers for migration and employment (Jakarta and Bali).

Narrating the May 13, 1969 Racial Riots in Malaysian Literature

Dr Ying Xin Show
28 November 2019 - 4:00pm

This talk will give an overview of the portrayal and narratives of May 13 in contemporary Malaysian literature. I focus on novels written by Malaysian women writers who were born after 1969, who grew up in the “postmemory” of May 13. Juxtaposing their works with the post-1969 situation, I show how women writers employ a gendered articulation to remember May 13 and offer critiques to the racialised accounts of nationalism in Malaysia which are glutted with masculine fervours

ANU LGBTIQ+ Ally Training (EDHR05)

ANU Respectful Relationship Unit
27 November 2019 - 10:00am

Course overview

This workshop is offered as part of the University's commitment to providing a diverse and inclusive campus where all people can safely work and study free of harassment or discrimination.

In Conversation with Iola Matthews & Chris Wallace - Winning for Women: A Personal Story

Iola Mathews; Dr Chris Wallace
26 November 2019 - 6:00pm

What was it like to be involved in the heady days of ‘second wave’ feminism in Australia, when the role of women at home and at work changed decisively?


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