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MonashGFV team shortlisted for the 2017 CHASS Australia Prize for Distinctive Work

MonashGFV team shortlisted for the 2017 CHASS Australia Prize for Distinctive Work

The Monash Gender and Family Violence (MonashGFV) team have been shortlised for the 2017 CHASS Australia Prize for Distinctive Work.

27 September, 2017
Dr Kirsten McLean

Kirsten McLean awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Diversity and Inclusion

Dr Kirsten McLean has been awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Diversity and Inclusion during Monash’s annual Diversity and Inclusion Week.

15 September, 2017
What next for Mosul?

What next for Mosul?

After three years, Iraqi government forces have liberated Mosul from ISIS control. As the community begins to heal, it is Iraq’s female parliamentarians who are leading the efforts to rebuild.

24 July, 2017
Monash University news

Sustainable Futures and the importance of Gender

The 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals identify gender equality as a key goal for sustainable futures. This panel of experts examines the importance of gender, globally, nationally and locally, as we develop social and political

27 June, 2017
Let’s talk about sex: inclusion in the classroom and beyond with Dr Kirsten McLean

Let’s talk about sex: inclusion in the classroom and beyond with Dr Kirsten McLean

Dr Kirsten McLean received a Vice Chancellor’s Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning in 2016 – one of the top awards from Monash University for teaching – for creating an inclusive environment

15 February, 2017
Monash University news

More police won’t necessarily lead to better outcomes on family violence – here’s what we need

The Victorian government is recruiting more frontline police as part of a broader drive to tackle crime in the state. Among the new recruits will be 415 officers specially trained to deal with family violence.

25 January, 2017
Women as leaders and peacekeepers: Dr Lesley Pruitt

Women as leaders and peacekeepers: Dr Lesley Pruitt

More than 118,000 peacekeepers – military, police and civilian – currently serve in 16 UN peace operations around the world. Currently 123 countries contribute military police and personnel but it’s not just the diversity of

12 December, 2016
Monash University news

Monash researchers contribute to South Australian domestic violence consultation

Members of the Monash Gender and Family Violence: New Frameworks in Prevention Research Focus Program have provided a submission to the South Australian Government’s consultation on domestic violence.

5 October, 2016
Monash University news

Criminology Professor Jude McCulloch appointed to Victoria’s Prevention of Family Violence Standing Committee

Professor Jude McCulloch has been appointed to Victoria’s Prevention of Family Violence Standing Committee, chaired by Fiona Richardson, the Minister for Women and Minister for Prevention of Family Violence.

24 August, 2016