Twenty-five years after the Beijing Declaration, Australia has work to do on reducing violence against women.
Even in daunting times, we have the potential to make progress on climate justice.
The Strengthening Australian University Responses to Sexual Assault and Harassment Project is part of a strategic initiative directed at examining the
How does COVID-19 impact men differently to women? Our research aims to contribute to policy reform in Australia's medical research system.
Submissions to an Australian parliamentary committee on the COVID-19 response draw attention to the human rights impacts.
A conference on 2-3 December will mark 25 years since the Fourth World Conference on Women, held in Beijing in 1995.
New research will contribute to policies and initiatives that are better targeted to assist in outbreaks of COVID-19 and future pandemics.
The five-day work week challenges the idea that construction projects should run over six or seven-day weeks to meet tight deadlines.
Four ways the Religious Discrimination Bill 2019 affects women’s rights to reproductive healthcare.
Actor, author and advocate for LGBTIQA rights, Magda Szubanski, has been conferred an honorary doctorate by UNSW Sydney.