Australia's presidency of the UN Security Council is an opportunity for the government to support the women, peace and security agenda in Syria, writes Laura Shepherd.
No party has properly addressed the issue that women's experience of gender-blind systems like education, superannuation and aged-care, are shaped simply by the fact that they are women, writes Helen Hodgson.
The salary gap between men and women in NSW is narrowing, according to the second annual report on the status of women released at UNSW today.
The chances of a woman surviving ovarian cancer and her quality of life during treatment could be significantly improved, with an international trial about to get underway in Sydney.
The university landscape is transforming globally and with it the path to career success for the modern academic. In the latest issue of Uniken, we look at the changes facing academia.
Rising rent costs combined with a lack of support services are leaving an increasing number of single, older women homeless, a UNSW study has found.
Women living in financially stressed households are more likely to be exposed to physical abuse, a new crime study by Adjunct Professor Don Weatherburn has found.
Some of Australia's top companies have provided mentors for a program aimed at helping female students achieve success in the corporate world.
With Indigenous women making up almost a third of female inmates in NSW, UNSW researchers are working to break the cycle of social disadvantage which leads to ongoing high rates of incarceration.
A report by UNSW researchers will be used in the world's refugee camps to help protect women and girls from violence.