Australian universities and staff sexual misconduct

I spent a month over the summer on a visiting fellowship at Monash University in Melbourne. My trip coincided with the publication of the long-awaited Australian Human Rights Commission report on sexual violence in universities, which lead to some interesting conversations on this theme. I participated in a couple of events on this work and met some great people who are making change happen. I wrote a blog post for The 1752 Group about the findings in the report in relation to staff sexual misconduct, and a blog for the network Feminist Educators Against Sexism about ways to use this report to take this work forward. I’ll be watching the situation in Australia with great interest as they update this work in the coming years.

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Australian universities and staff sexual misconduct

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