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The Federal Office for Women is rolling out a series of roundtables in capital cities to feed into the development of the Second Women, Peace and Security National Action Plan.
The 2018 Pamela Denoon Lecture ‘Time’s up on sexual harassment’ will be given by Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Kate Jenkins (see details below and flier attached). Ms Jenkins’ lecture will focus on the recent report into sexual harassment and assault at Australian Universities. She will discuss the findings, the proposed strategies, and the response to the report. […]
Join the National Library of Australia for a special dinner to celebrate the 100th anniversary of eight million women being granted the right to vote in the United Kingdom. Genevieve Jacobs will lead historians Dr Beatrice Bijon and Dr Clare Wright in a discussion on women’s suffrage in Australia and the UK, followed by a […]
The National Women’s Alliances are organising two preparatory webinars for #CSW62. Webinar 1, 2:30pm 26 September 2017: includes an introduction to human rights structures, including CSW, CEDAW and the Beijing Platform. Webinar 2, 7:30pm 3 October 2017: includes a guide to CSW and a guide to Agreed Language and previously agreed language. Each session will run […]
Join NCOSS, along with key thinkers and stakeholders from government, academia, business and civil society to talk solutions and action for women and girl’s economic empowerment domestically and internationally.
Women’s Centre for Health Matters would like to hear from women who have concerns about housing in the ACT. Responses will be included in the WCHM submission to the ACT Legislative Assembly Standing Committee on Planning and Urban Renewal’s Inquiry into Housing in October, and work on the socio-economic determinants of health. Please see the […]
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