Catch up on the first seminar in the 2013 Gender Institute seminar series 'Women in academia' via the podcast.
MaMSIE (Mapping Maternal Subjectivities, Identities and Ethics) is an online interdisciplinary research network based in the Department of Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck, University of London. MaMSIE seeking contributions of between 500 and 1000...
Printed copies of the book ANU Inspiring Women are available for $25 each from the ANU Coop either in the store or online.
ABC Radio National interview with Gender Institute member Dr Bina D'Costa
The Australian National Committee for UN Women supports UN Women through membership programs, raising public awareness of gender and development issues and fundraising for UN Women projects around the world. The Australian National Committee seeks an...
Chief Executive Women (CEW) is delighted to be offering three scholarships for first-time managers to attend INSEAD Executive Education: Learning to Lead in Singapore 7-9 October 2013.
All expenses will...
The National Foundation for Australian Women (NFAW) has compared and contrasted the Paid Parental Leave (PPL) schemes of the major political parties in the lead-up to Priorities for Women 2013.
Subscribe to Anne Summers' online magazine, Anne Summers Reports, as mentioned in her recent speech at Gender Institute "Lets Get Loud" event.
In June this year the YWCA of Canberra will launch the new transformative leadership course, She Leads.
Higher Education Resource Services, South Africa (HERS-SA) seek women academics' input for their current research on the conflict and cohesion experiences of women working in higher education.
Podcast available of public lecture by Sharon Bhagwan-Rolls, Executive Director of FemLINKPACIFIC held on April 15
Read a report on this event by ANU Gender Institute PhD scholarship recipient, Hannah McCann.
AusAID is seeking experienced gender equality and disaster risk reduction specialists to join the Australian Civilian Corps (ACC).
A critical discussion of the Australian Academy of Science in International weekly journal of science, nature.
Here She Is! - a trigger for change in recognising the talent and leadership of Australian women.
The Victorian Women's Trust call for self nominations for inclusion in their Directory of Women as part of this inititative.
Podcast of interview with Dr Samantha Crompvoets on ABC's Life Matters
The Macquarie University Department of Sociology welcomes enquiries from potential applicants to the Macquarie University Research (Postdoctoral) Fellowships program.
Deadline for the 2014 issue: 1 September 2013
Full length video of event available.
Are you interested in doing challenging work overseas? Do you have specialist skills that can be applied in post-conflict or disaster recovery situations? Are you flexible, adaptable and like working with a variety of stakeholders?
Inaugural ANU Gender Institute PhD Scholar, Hannah McCann, has been awarded the 2013 Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Tutoring and Demonstration.
ANU employees with children aged two years or younger and ANU HR managers or school managers are invited to participate in a survey connected to a nationwide study of policies and practices in workplaces which help mothers continue breastfeeding.
The Journal of Gender Studies is calling for papers for a special issue in 2014.
‘Feminisms, Academia, Austerity’ (Guest Editors: Helen Davies and Claire O’Callaghan)
The Journal of Gender Studies is calling for papers for a special issue in 2015.
"Diversity in Gender and Visual Representation" (Guest Editors: Russell Luyt, Christina Welch and Rosemary Lobban)
Applications close 31 March
The Minister for Women, Joy Burch has called for applications for the ACT Women’s Grants Program.
In 2012–13, there is a total funding of $130,000 available including an additional $30,000 for the inaugural Audrey Fagan Violence Prevention...
Two recent articles concerning what has come to be known as the Delhi gang rape case by Gender Institute members Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt and Elen Turner.
Human Rights Education Associates (HREA) and the University for Peace Human Rights Center announce the call for applications for the 3rd annual blended learning and field experience programme on Indigenous Peoples' Rights.
The Australian Migrant and Refugee Women's Alliance (AMaRWA) is looking for volunteers to help at its national conference. This is an opportunity for individuals who have an interest in the gender sector through study or for personal reasons.
Grant applications are now open for 2013-2014.
Are you interested in issues concerning women from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds who work or study at ANU? Are you interest in getting together to discuss them?
The Programme on Gender and Global Change (Graduate Institute Geneva) invites applications to its Visiting Fellows Program. Deadline for application: 15 April 2013.
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...
Are you an academic or researcher who is also involved in activism or who would like to be? If so, a new article may be of interest.
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.
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.
Forum SeTara invites papers to be presented in a one day workshop with the theme of 'Gender Agenda in Indonesia: Gaining Momentum'. Papers are to address contemporary gender issues in Indonesia and proposal for an agenda for better gender equality in...
The AWGSA is keen to expand its presence and reach in supporting feminist scholarship and activism and they need an organisational logo for their website and promotional material. They are sending out a competition call for aspiring and accomplished...
A fabulous opportunity for ANU women doctoral students, but book quickly if interested. Resilience of Women Research Students (RoWRS) is a unique personal development program aimed at women doctoral students.
The Nordic-Arab network for Research on Women, Empowerment and Politics offers 2½ - 4 months Guest PhD scholarships at Aalborg University, Denmark Autumn 2013.
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.
This project presents an exciting opportunity for research higher degree study. It will appeal to law and history or law and gender/women’s studies graduates who are interested in eResearch training and the digital humanities.
Cambodian women with disabilities experience multiple disadvantages resulting from the interplay between gender, disability and poverty.
The government has renewed its commitment to flexible working hours for workers with caring responsibilities. It is ironic this commitment should follow so closely on the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) cancelling the relevant statistical...
The Hon Julie Collins MP, announced that Ms Carol Schwartz AM will be leading consultations with business and other interest groups on reporting requirements for workplace gender equality reforms.
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.
School of History PhD student, and member of the Gender Institute, Anne Rees has been awarded an Endeavour Research Fellowship to support her forthcoming fieldwork in the United States.
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...
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.
The Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (WGE Act) and its implementation is under way and the formal consultation process has been launched.
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.
The Humanities Research Centre (HRC) in the College of Arts & Social Sciences is pleased to announce a new dedicated HRC-ANU Gender institute Fellowship as part of its annual Visiting Fellowship round for 2014.