Dorina Pojani is Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning at the University of Queensland. A group of colleagues and I looked at funding provided by the Australian Research Council (ARC) to planning academics and planning project proposals between 2010 and 2018. (The ARC is the largest and most prestigious public research funding body in Australia.) We … Continue reading Dorina Pojani on the ARC’s gender bias in urban planning
Katie Strom is Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership, Core Faculty, Educational Leadership for Social Justice EdD at California State University, East Bay, USA. Dear Division K Proposal Submitter, Thank you for your submission. While your submission was not accepted this year, we wanted to give you some insight into the review and decision-making process for … Continue reading Katie Strom on AERA
Anna Bull of the 1752 Group The recent publication of the Australian Human Rights Commission report on sexual harassment in Australian universities has met with a muted reaction. Following the first few days’ media coverage, the story appears to have died down, both on campus and off it. And yet, despite the many shortcomings of … Continue reading Staff sexual misconduct in universities: using the AHRC report to push the agenda forward?
Sadie Slyfox Sex workers are not only sex workers. Like any other work, sex work could be a primary or supplementary source of income. Like any other workers, sex workers can also be students, parents, friends, volunteers, whatever; our work does not define us. The patchy criminalisation of sex work across Australia, in addition to … Continue reading Sex workers in the academy
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We’re living in scary and challenging times as educators. Issues connected to LGBTQI+ people have been brought into a heightened focus in the news, and this means the call has never been more urgent for it to be folded into conversations within our schools and classrooms