In the News
The Gender Consortium's research and teaching activities are widely recognised in the community, and reported via various news and social media outlets. For example, the Developing Human Resource Capacity in Vietnam: Effective Service Delivery to Combat Gender-Based Violence and Trafficking project has generated several positive stories about the positive impact of this project.
Read and/or watch the stories below to find out further information about the Gender Consortium.
Social Media Videos
News story about the screening of the Inclusive Fashion Show "I am beautiful. You too!"
documentary in Adelaide. Aired on the VTV3 national breakfast morning show Cafe Sang on
24th June 2016.
News story about Hahndorf, South Australia, with disability inclusive tourism a sub-theme.
Aired on VTV3 national breakfast morning show Caf?ang on 29th June 2016.
News story about guide dogs services for people with disabilities in Australia. Aired on VTV3 national breakfast morning show Cafe Sang on 20th June 2016.
News story about the three female participants with disabilities experiencing access and inclusion in the Adelaide CBD during their Advanced Workshop training course. Aired on VTV3 national breakfast morning show Cafe Sang on July 15th 2016.
Community, Staff & Teaching Awards
SA Women's Honour Roll
Director of the Gender Consortium at Flinders University, Ms Cara Ellickson's long-standing advocacy for gender, disability and cultural inclusion in the community has earned her a place on the SA Women's Honour Roll. Read more on the Inspiring Achievers page.
Australian Learning and Teaching Council Citation
The Graduate Certificate in Gender Mainstreaming Policy and Analysis has earned Australia's highest accolade for excellence in teaching.
The Gender Consortium's team (Anu Mundkur, Cara Ellickson and Corey Durward) were awarded a citation for outstanding contributions to student learning in 2011.
The citation reads: For creating innovative learning spaces which promote the critical application of knowledge to ‘real world' gender equity issues and inspire students to become change agents. ALTC Citation.
This citation follows the team's Social Sciences Faculty Award for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching (Flinders University) which was awarded for, amongst other achievements, the development of a virtual learning environment that, through exemplary use of education technology, introduces students to "real world" activities associated with work in development organisations as part of the Graduate Certificate in Gender Mainstreaming Policy and Analysis.