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Rights workshop for young women and girls with disability: WWDA youth network

Women with Disabilities Australia is holding a workshop for girls and young women with all types of disability to talk about advocating for your rights.

1 April 2017

Dr Catherine Bishop takes out prestigious $30,000 Ashurst business literature prize

Congratulations to Dr Catherine Bishop who has just been awarded the prestigious Ashurst Business Literature Prize for 2016 for her debut book Minding Her Own Business: Colonial Businesswomen in Sydney.

1 April 2017

Job opportunity: country context paper author - Myanmar

Investing in Women is recruiting four authors to write country context papers for Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines and Vietnam.

1 April 2017

Job opportunity: monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) leader, investing in women (IW)

Investing in Women is seeking a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Leader to work from Manila.

1 April 2017

The value of transgender: Waria affective labor for transnational media markets in Indonesia

Gender Institute member Benjamin Hegarty has published an article in Transgender Studies Quarterly exploring the mass media representation of male-to-female transgender-identified waria in Indonesia.

27 March 2017

Celebrate women social media initiative

Dr Kirstin Ferguson began the #CelebratingWomen project to see more celebration, less denigration of women online.

26 March 2017

Vacancy: Herbert and Valmae Freilich Foundation Convenor

The ANU wishes to appoint an outstanding person to lead and facilitate the activities of the Herbert and Valmae Freilich Foundation. Further information about the Foundation can be found at http://www.anu.... Read more

21 March 2017

Peruvian Congressman Alberto de Belaunde on human rights and LGBTI challenges in Latin America

Peruvian Congressman Alberto de Belaunde is one of the few political figures defending LGBTI civil and gender identity rights in Peru. This talk focuses on the question of human rights, including LGBTI challenges, in Latin America.... Read more

21 March 2017

How the personal became political: symposium reflects on the past and considers the future

On the 6th and 7th March the How the Personal Became Political 2-day symposium was held. The symposium was the Gender Institute's Signature Event for 2017 and also celebrated International Women’s Day. 

19 March 2017

Gender analysis of public policy: Crawford School executive course

This course will introduce participants to key concepts and methods for gender analysis of public policy.

19 March 2017

Anne Summers launches the women’s manifesto

Anne Summers has launched the Women's Manifesto on International Women's Day, 8th March 2017.

19 March 2017

Feminartsy fiction and memoir prize

Feminartsy is celebrating women's writing this year with a new writing prize, presented in partnership with Muse Canberra.

19 March 2017

Feminartsy writing residencies

Feminartsy have an exciting PAID professional development opportunity open currently for nine writers and one emerging editor.

19 March 2017

Digital technology and women's health forum

How do you use digital technologies for health and wellbeing?

19 March 2017

Applications now open for the pathways to politics program for women

Applications are now open for the Pathways to Politics Program for Women.

19 March 2017

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