Member publications

Factors associated with the labour force participation of prime-age Indigenous Australians

There is a high prevalence of disengagement from the labour market among prime-age Indigenous Australians (aged 25–54 years)

Replenishing Bodies and the Political Economy of SRHR in Crises and Emergencies

Maria Tanyang argues that an invisible cost of crises is in how women and girls bear compounded harms directly through their distinct sexual and reproductive health needs, and indirectly by mitigating rising care demands in their households and communities

Flexible employment policies, temporal control and health promoting practices: A qualitative study in two Australian worksites

This research examines whether Flexible Work Arrangements (FWAs) can improve the health prospects of a range of workers by giving greater control over work time arrangements

How Gender Can Transform the Social Sciences

This collection turns a spotlight on gender innovation in the social sciences.

What determines women's agricultural participation? A comparative study of landholding households in rural India

This paper examines the key socioeconomic and cultural-demographic factors that determine rural women's labour contributions in agriculture in India, both on family farms (either as cultivators or as family labour) and as agricultural wage labourer

The importance of understanding the victims’ ‘reality’ of domestic violence

This article argues that unconscious assumptions may filter out the diverse ‘realities’ of domestic violence victims

A Tale of Two Women: A Comparative Gendered Media Analysis of UK Prime Ministers Margaret Thatcher and Theresa May

This article compares how the print media portrayed Margaret Thatcher and Theresa May in the first three weeks of their respective prime ministerial terms

Children and the Responsibility to Protect

This book examines the intersections of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) principle and the theory and practice of child protection

Women, Water and 'Wicked Problems': Community Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Change in Northern Pakkoku, Myanmar

This chapter explores the interactions between measures to enhance community resilience to climate change and the enduring interplay with the 'wicked problems' which have long conditioned the villagers' livelihood outcomes


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