$3,000 scholarships are now available to women in the higher education sector to assist them to participate in the Advanced Leadership Program (ALP)
Feminist Foreign Policy is currently putting out a call for articles to further explore the idea of "The Gap" insofar as it may relate to voting, wages, policy preferences, representation or any other social, political, economic and/or cultural site... Read more
Read about ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt's thoughts on the Gender Institute turning six and the work we have ahead to improve gender equality at the University.
Expressions of interest are sought from HDR and ECR colleagues for the following Master Class: New Feminist Materialisms by Professor Elizabeth Wilson
Investing in Women is seeking a Business Partnership Director for their Women’s Program in the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia and Myanmar.
The GI is seeking EOIs from CPMS, CMBE and CECS staff to become representatives of the ANU STEM community on the Management Committee.
In an article for The Guardian, journalist and ANU student Emily Jones examines the media’s coverage of an incident at a university residential college event.
In this dystopic climate, how can we refocus feminist visions of transforming society across the divides of gender, race, class, ability, and global region?
Investing In Women is looking for an Operations Manager in Manila
Applications are now open for the Audrey Fagan Churchill Fellowship, valued at $26,000, which encourages ACT women to conduct research into the impact of gender construction and unconscious bias on the lives of women and girls.
Congratulations to Dr Catherine Bishop who has just been awarded the prestigious Ashurst Business Literature Prize for 2016 for her debut book Minding Her Own Business: Colonial Businesswomen in Sydney.
Women with Disabilities Australia and Disabled People’s Organisations Australia (DPO Australia) call on the Federal Government to reconsider its recent refusal to conduct a Royal Commission into violence and abuse of people with disability.
Women with Disabilities Australia is holding a workshop for girls and young women with all types of disability to talk about advocating for your rights.