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Oh yes, Britney Spears. Disabled women hear you.

Oh yes, Britney Spears. Disabled women hear you.

Britney Spears. We’ve all heard bits and pieces about her fight to regain guardianship of herself from her father. In the US they call this conservatorship and according to the BBC, it is “...granted by a court for individuals who are unable to make their own...

Extreme impacts of Covid on migrant, refugee women

Extreme impacts of Covid on migrant, refugee women

We’ve come a long way baby. Back in May when the vaccination roll-out was just kicking off, Australia was at a very slow 2% double dose coverage among people aged 16 years and over. It is with some excitement that we say that Australia now boasts almost 80% of the 16+...

Will the Australia of tomorrow be more equal?

Will the Australia of tomorrow be more equal?

The future lives of women have changed drastically. As a growing number of women agitate for change, this new book, edited by Jamila Rizvi and Helen McCabe, contends it is time to demand what women want. Through the lenses of work, love, and body, this powerful and...

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Ananthan Ambikairajah

Questions we asked Ananthan:

Tell us what you are researching and why it matters to you?

What has been your biggest, most frustrating challenge?

Share the dream! What impact do you hope your research will have down the track?

 

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Ananthan Ambikairajah

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