Building and Recognising Collective Approaches to Gender Equality

Presenter/s: Gender Institute and I.D.E.A, The College of Asia and the Pacific

Event type: Seminar

Event date: Wednesday, 16 November 2022 - 11:00am to 12:30pm

Event venue: Lecture 2, Hedley Bull, ANU

Further information: Registration

This series aims to acknowledge the significant collective work that has been undertaken to advance gender equality and diversity, drawing lessons from across the University. Contributions to this in-conversation series will share research and practice to identify the gains that have been made while acknowledging that the work of gender equality, diversity and inclusion is ongoing. Through conversations on various approaches, we aim to create a shared awareness of progress, consolidate the lessons and move forward with a whole of community agenda on improving institutional outcomes towards gender equality, diversity and inclusion.


Conversation 1

This event ran on 30th September 2022. See Conversation 3. 

School Perspectives on developing and implementing gender and diversity action plans

Simon Haberle, CHL Director, CAP and Kate Henne, REGNET Director, CAP

School Directors will provide insights into developing and implementing gender and diversity action plans focusing on strategic approaches to increasing diversity pools to improving promotion success rates 


Conversation 2 

This event ran on 19th October 2022. See Conversation 3. 

Gender-Sensitive Curriculum Audits

OCTOBER 19  -- Conversation 12.30 to 1.30 with lunch to follow 1.30-2, Coombs Extension 1.04

  • A/Prof Ntina Tzouvalis (CoL)
  • A/Prof Kate Ogg (CoL)
  • A/Prof Amy King (Bell School, CAP)

Ntina Tzouvalis and Kate Ogg (CoL) discuss their review of the Law School curriculum and Amy King tells us about her work leading a review of the gender diversity of the Coral Bell undergraduate and postgraduate reading lists, with a resultant improvement to the curriculum.


Conversation 3

Gender-Sensitive Curriculum Audits Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: what can we learn on prevention?

16 November 2022, Morning Tea from 11am to 11:30am, Conversation to follow 12pm to 12:30pm

Professor Rosalind Searle and A/Prof Louise Stone discuss their work to address sexual harassment in healthcare settings and the medical profession, and share their ideas about what constitutes best practice in this field.




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