Gender Institute activities 2015

Gender Institute 4th anniversary

The Gender Institute 4th Anniversary featured a public lecture from Professor Sally Engle Merry, NYU, followed by a panel discussion. The annual prizes for excellence in gender research were awarded and three new books by Gender Institute members were...

2015 ANU Gender Institute grants awarded

The following grants were awarded by the Gender Institute in 2015.

The great transformation in South Asia: feminisation of agriculture and food security

This exciting symposium was presented by the ANU Gender Institute, the South Asia Research Institute and the Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific.

Women together: conflict, courage and hope: from DRC to Australia

ANU Gender Institute was delighted to welcome Sister Angélique Namaika during her visit to Australia as the guest of Australia for UNHCR. Sister Angélique is the recipient of the 2013 Nansen Refugee Award, UNHCR’s highest human rights prize, for her...

The league of remarkable women in Australian science

This exhibition, interactive display and public forum was a registered event for the National Science Week and made possible by the generous support of ANU Gender Institute and the National Science Week – Inspiring Australia Program.

Global echoes of rape and resistance

Catch up now via the podcast. This lecture by visiting Professor Linda Martin Alcoff explores the conditions of echoing and echoability in the context of the epidemic of global sexual violence.

Why should men care about equal opportunities?

Lars Einar Engström's first book was Confessions of a Sexist. In this public lecture, find out why he called himself a sexist and what our organisations can do to tackle it.

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