Developing Human Resource Capacity in Vietnam: Effective Service Delivery to Combat Gender-Based Violence and Trafficking (Government Partnerships for Funding Development, DFAT) (2014-2017)
This project seeks to strengthen human resource capacity to effectively manage and deliver services for women and children experiencing gender-based violence in Vietnam. For further information about some of the positive stories emanating from this project, please click on the links to media reports b
Mainstreaming gender equity: best practice from the field. This research project investigates extent to which policies on gender equity are integrated into overseas aid programs, specifically capacity building programs. This is explored through a case study of a capacity building program to support national human resource development priorities in Indonesia.
Women and security in the Asia Pacific region (2010). The Gender Consortium collaborated with Professor Elisabeth Porter (University of South Australia), on an AusAID funded research project on Women and Security in the Asia Pacific region, focussing on the implementation of the United Nation’s Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325).
Promoting gender equity in local government through gender audits (2010). The aim of this project was to modify, adapt and pilot an organisational self-assessment tool to enable city councils in Australia to better integrate gender concerns into organisational policy, programs and services.