In 2021, the Women and Science Chair launches its third call for research projects, aimed at the entire academic community without any restrictions in terms of disciplines or in terms of methodology.
This article argues that a hallmark of feminist pedagogy must be critical reflection both on the structural conditions in which research is designed and implemented and on personal teaching practices.
Based on interviews with 14 women law professors, this chapter analyses their experiences in challenging prevailing malestream norms
A memorial service and celebration will be held in Canberra at the Yarralumla Primary School Hall, Loftus St Yarralumla from 1.30-3.30pm on Saturday 1 May 2021.
The Gender Institute is delighted to announce our 2020 prize winners
Climate change and infant nutrition: Estimates of greenhouse gas emissions from milk formula sold in selected Asia Pacific countries
Sustainable food policy and diets must include the protection, promotion, and support of breastfeeding.
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't made working life easy for pretty much anyone. Women in particular have felt the effects of a precarious job market, shifting responsibilities at home, and increased pressure at work, leading to a negative outlook for an...
This paper investigates whether the concentration of women’s labour contributions to agriculture has improved their autonomy in decision-making