Applications are now open for the 2017 Faculty of Arts Gender, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Grants. Please see the attached information and application form. Applications are short (two pages) and close 5 pm Friday September 1st. We encourage you all to consider applying.
I am a woman and I work in academia: An international collection of female academics’ perspectives and experiences of their work. Researchers at the University of the Sunshine Coast are interested in knowing more about the experiences of women in academia. As yet, few studies have explored women’s perspectives and experiences as academics in Australian […]
‘The Challenge of Social Democracy': Don Dunstan and women’s rights in 1970s South Australia The FGC is delighted to host Professor Angela Woollacott (Manning Clark Professor of History, Australian National University) who will present a paper entitled : The Challenge of Social Democracy': Don Dunstan and women’s rights in 1970s South Australia’, Friday 7th April […]
The Australian Research Council (ARC) has released its Gender Equality Action Plan for 2015–16, highlighting actions it will take in the coming months to improve awareness and information about gender equality in research. The ARC has also released its Gender Equality in Research Statement—a statement of support and expectations for gender equality. Interested members can […]
Male Champions of Change: talk by Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick A/Prof Megan Warin and Prof Vivienne Moore were invited to attend a talk by Elizabeth Broderick, the Commonwealth Sex Discrimination Commissioner, on the Male Champions of Change initiative which she established four years ago. As many of you know, in June the VC announced […]
The International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA) is the only feminist aid organisation in Australia. They do excellent research in the gender and aid area, as well as empowering women to take more effective charge of their destinies. In the last 12 months IWDA and partners worked hard every day to promote women’s rights across the Asia Pacific. […]
On April 15th, 2015 the VC launched the Dornwell Framework. The Fay Gale Centre is delighted to see this initiative to help improve gender equity across the University. Edith Dornwell was the first female graduate of the University in 1885 and further details about her and the Dornwell Framework can be found at these links: […]