2018 ANU Prize recipient Catherine Bladen talks about winning
It's January 2018, and sexual-harassment commentary drips down the pages of our newspapers like brandy custard on the stale plum pudding in the back of the fridge. There is a shared intake of breath each time we learn of the un-sexy details of conduct allegedly enacted by some national icons.
Speaking out against discrimination at work is far from easy. But, Dr Skye Saunders argues, it's necessary if we want a healthy workplace culture for women.
ANU Legal Workshop recently sponsored the Law Institute Victoria's Dame Roma Mitchell Memorial Luncheon in Melbourne.
Hypocrisy was as blatant as misogyny in the discussion about the absence of "the feminists" in last week's response to comments by Keysar Trad writes Dr Skye Saunders.
February marks the 20th anniversary of the Canberra Legal Aid Clinic, an opportunity for law students to work at the “coalface” of the legal profession while completing their Graduate Diploma Legal Practice at ANU Legal Workshop.
Australian women regularly are pulled down a peg or two in the workplace through use of relatively simple tools. Bottoms are slapped, the C-word is used, oral sex is simulated, breasts are compared to cattle teets and porn fills screens and toolbox lids.
A new book by ANU law expert Skye Saunders looks at how rural women deal with harassment in the workplace.
Despite her embodiment of authentic practicality and fortitude, the newly appointed Nationals deputy leader, Fiona Nash, addressed the media with unwavering confidence - but there was subtle moment that signified ripeness for change.
Skye is the Associate Director of the ANU Legal Workshop and also the Director of the Master of Legal Practice.