International Women's Day

A social robot, left, dressed in a blouse and cardigan looks at a researcher, right.

Do robots need a gender? Professor Mari Velonaki of UNSW's Creative Robotics Lab says robots still have male and female stereotypes, but this may change as designers respond to new thinking on gender.

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While the jury is still out on whether Australia will experience a ‘great resignation’, another trend is already sweeping through the ranks of women, says a UNSW Business School academic. 

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Laurie Penny’s new book Sexual Revolution offers a muddled perspective on this moment of profound cultural change, in contrast to Australian journalist Amy Remeikis’ powerful new work.

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Grace Tame joins UNSW academics Kyllie Cripps, Michael Salter and Emma A. Jane for a UNSW Centre for Ideas panel discussion.

A photo of participants of the Pathways to Politics Program for Women.

Women should be given incentives to work in Parliament, rather than being forced to leave, says new report.

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The Gendered Violence Research Network at UNSW Sydney help respond to, prevent, and eliminate gendered violence in Australia and beyond.

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To celebrate International Women's Day 2022, we asked seven of our scientists from across UNSW Science to tell us about the influential women who've guided them throughout their careers. Here they are.

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G20 countries have a moral responsibility to protect women migrants working in the garment and domestic sectors, says an international research consortium.

Andrea Holden working with team members in an engineering workshop

A student of Mechanical Engineering is leading the UNSW team building its seventh high performance solar-powered car. 

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