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ANU students mark one year on from AHRC report into sexual assault and sexual harassment on university campuses

To mark one year on from AHRC Report into Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment on University Campuses, PARSA and ANUSA have released a report entitled 'Surveys but No Service' condemning the University’s slow progress towards its commitments.

1 August 2018

Farewell to Professor Hyaeweol Choi

Farewell to Professor Hyaeweol Choi, Gender Institute Management Committee member and node leader of the Gender and History node, who will become the C. Maxwell and Elizabeth M. Stanley Family and Korea Foundation Chair in Korean studies at the...

31 July 2018

Workplace gender equity agency report 2017/2018

Dear colleagues and friends of the Gender Institute,
 
All ANU staff will have received an email sent to by the Director of Human Resources about the submission of the...
31 July 2018

ANU archaeologist on much-needed support for carer-researchers

The pressures of academic life are particularly acute for researchers who have children early in their careers – and, as the literature shows, women fare worst.

25 July 2018

Women in international security: Theory and practice

The 10-part seminar series aims to promote gender equity by helping to ‘normalize’ the role of women in international security

19 July 2018

Audrey Fagan Board Traineeship Program

The Board Traineeship Program is a new program in 2018 and the objective is to develop the skills and expertise of ACT women in order to increase their participation in decision-making and leadership roles.

17 July 2018

Sexual harassment of women: Climate, culture, and consequences in academic sciences, engineering, and medicine

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have released a report that explores the influence of sexual harassment in academia on the career advancement of women in the scientific, technical, and medical workforce.

9 July 2018

Two exciting opportunities to research the future of human rights

The search is on for two new PhD scholars of exceptional quality to work on research projects aligned with the Australian Human Rights Institute.

The UNSW Scientia PhD Scholarship Scheme is part of UNSW Sydney’s commitment to harness research...

9 July 2018

Family support key for women diplomats in breaking glass ceiling

Despite a massive campaign for gender equality, a more conservative segment of Indonesian society still finds it odd for a husband to put his career on hold to “follow” his wife abroad, a situation that every woman diplomat must face at some point in...

9 July 2018

Gender equity, diversity, inclusivity challenges and solutions discussed at women in optics luncheon

Céline d'Orgeville discussed raising awareness of gender equity, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace; improving gender equity, diversity, and inclusion in SPIE committees; and improving gender equity, diversity, and inclusion in conference...

4 July 2018

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