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.
Investing in Women is recruiting four authors to write country context papers for Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines and Vietnam.
Investing in Women is seeking a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Leader to work from Manila.
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.
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
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
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.
This course will introduce participants to key concepts and methods for gender analysis of public policy.
Applications are now open for the Pathways to Politics Program for Women.
The Women Who Write are interested in knowing more about the experiences of women in academia. As yet, few studies have explored women’s perspectives and experiences as academics in Australian and International universities. The group would like to... Read more