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Call for papers: 8th Australasian Women and Policing Conference, Making it happen – making it last!

This conference will focus on how to make lasting changes for women in policing, emergency services and the community and will hear from practitioners, researchers, and policy makers. Be part of this opportunity to share innovations, challenges and successes.

Call for papers: Women in motion - Australian Women’s History Network Symposium 2013

Paper and panel proposals which consider the theme of ‘mobility’ from a gendered perspective are invited for the 2013 Australian Women’s History Network Symposium.

Call for papers: Special issue of Journal of Australian Political Economy on health

A special issue on the political economy of health in Australia will examine how matters relating to the neoliberalisation of contemporary political, economic and social processes bear on health and health systems in Australia and the region.

Call for book chapters: Contemporary perspectives in art and international development

The book aims to be global in scope. It will tackle a range of themes and seek to involve a range of voices, including those of practising artists, academics, consultants, evaluators, project developers and donors.

Conference call for papers: The radicalism of romantic love - critical perspectives

Papers are sought for a two day inter-disciplinary conference (5-6 November 2013) aimed at interrogating the idea of romantic love as a radical political, social and cultural ideal. Deadline for submission of abstracts is 8 March 2013.

Call for papers: Gender and Responsible Business (ICCSR Annual Symposium)

The marginalization of numerous voices from mainstream CSR discourse has been noted in particular with regard to voices from the South, indigenous people and women. This symposium addresses such marginalization, focusing in particular on gender issues. Abstract submissions due 28 February 2013.

Call for papers: Grounding Cosmopolitanism - Theory and practice through the prism of women's rights

The project will explore the outstanding question - both theoretical and practical - of how to live together in diversity through the prism of women's activism in polarized societies. Abstract submission deadlines imminent.

‘Stand Up’ conference abstracts submission deadline extended to end of January

The Stand Up! National Conference on eliminating all forms of violence against culturally and linguistically diverse women in April 2013 has extended its deadline for submissions until 31 January 2013.

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