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Central Australian Minimum Standards for Men’s Behaviour Change Programs

The Central Australian Minimum Standards (CAMS) articulate the expectations for Men’s Behaviour Change Programs (MBCP) operating in the Central Australian context.

13 October 2020

'Human' or 'objective' faces of science? Gender stereotypes and the representation of scientists in the media

This article examines contemporary representations of female and male scientists in The New York Times with a particular emphasis on stereotypes related to gender and science as a profession.

7 October 2020

Do single-sex schools help Australians major in STEMM at university?

This article considers whether graduating from a single-sex school increases the uptake of university majors in physical or life sciences

7 October 2020

Vale Hon Dr Susan Ryan AO

Sad news of the passing of a formidable woman leader and feminist icon, Hon Dr Susan Ryan AO

30 September 2020

Signs Special Issue: Complexities of Care and Caring

This special issue invites reassessments across disciplines, broadly questioning and complicating feminist histories, debates, and politics of care and caring

30 September 2020

Gender Equity at ANU after COVID-19

Slides of a presentation given by Dr Fiona Jenkins, ANU Gender Institute Convenor, to ANU’s IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access) Oversight Committee and the Senior Management Group in May 2020

29 September 2020

Men’s talk about anxiety online: Constructing an authentically anxious identity allows help-seeking

This article has clear practical implications for better understanding men’s experiences of anxiety and their anxiety-related help-seeking preferences

29 September 2020

Vale Nahau Rooney

Sad news of the passing of Hon Nahau Rooney, politician and advocate for women’s rights

23 September 2020

Australian Honours Investiture Ceremonies Sep 8-18 at Government House Canberra

We celebrate all those ANU women who were honoured in 2020

23 September 2020

Splitting from Halley: Doing Justice to Race, Unwantedness, and Testimony in Campus Sexual Assault

This article takes the documentary film The Hunting Ground, and the controversy it provoked, as a starting point for interrogating approaches to the representation and regulation of sexual assault on campus.

22 September 2020

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