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Call for Abstracts: Gender and biodiversity for Oryx International Journal of Conservation

A special section is being planned for the Oryx International Journal of Conservation specifically to address gender in the biodiversity conservation...

12 November 2018

In conversation with Ros, Annette and Gai

Labor women have represented the seat of Canberra and Namadgi for almost 40 years.
What’s changed in politics and Parliament in that time? 

What’s stayed the same? 

Join Ros Kelly, Annette Ellis and me for a very...
5 November 2018

Call for Papers: 50 Years Since Stonewall - The Science and Politics of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity

American Psychologist invites submissions for a special issue on psychology’s contributions to understanding sexual orientation and gender diversity through research, policy, and activism.

5 November 2018

An evening with Justice Loukas-Karlsson

Please join the Women Lawyers Association for an evening with Justice Loukas-Karsson of the Supreme Court of the ACT.

Justice Loukas-Karlsson was sworn in as a judge of the Supreme Court of the ACT in March 2018 following a long career in...

5 November 2018

Building stronger futures for women in the ACT

'Empowering women is key to building a future we want.' - Amartya Sen
 
Initiatives for Women in Need (IWiN) is bringing together a diverse range of organisations, businesses,...
31 October 2018

LGBTQW Survey

The Women's Centre for Health Matters (WCHM) is collaborating with the AIDS Action Council to research the health and health needs of same-sex attracted women....

29 October 2018

Expression in photoart workshop

This free one-day workshop will be held on, 20th of November for women with chronic disease to express themselves through photoart.

29 October 2018

Office for women: Interactive web conference series - Gender-based violence

The Office for Women is pleased to invite all interested parties and individuals to attend the first in our new series of web conferences on gender based violence

29 October 2018

Freilich Foundation's Early Career Research Small Grants Scheme

ECR and PhD scholars can apply for up to $5000 in research funding as part of the Freilich Foundation's Early Career Research Small Grants Scheme

23 October 2018

Muse Book Launch: Dangerous Ideas About Mothers

Mothers are a topic on which almost everybody has an opinion, and always have. Now, however, those opinions are funnelled into and amplified on social media, where conversations turn ugly and advice is commercialised (read: the rise of the mumpreneurs...

23 October 2018

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