[TimorLesteStudies] Launch of 'Mapping the Pursuit of Gender Equality', Melbourne,

jennifer.drysdale at anu.edu.au jennifer.drysdale at anu.edu.au
Fri Aug 17 09:13:12 EST 2007

Enquiries to: Damian Grenfell email damian.grenfell at rmit.edu.au

For those who have not seen this excellent report as yet, it is available on 
the web (http://www.timor-

> Australian launch of Gender Report: 
> 'Mapping the Pursuit of Gender Equality:  Non-Government and
> International Agency Activity in Timor-Leste'
> by Anna Trembath and Damian Grenfell
> The Globalism Institute at RMIT University has been collaborating with
> the Office for the Promotion of Equality and Irish Aid to document the
> gender programs of non-government organizations and international
> agencies in Timor-Leste. In addition to the launch of the 'Mapping the
> Pursuit of Gender Equality' report,  the evening will also see the
> launch of the Timor-Leste Research Website, as well as an announcement
> regarding English training at RMIT for East Timorese women. 
> The speakers will be Gizela de Carvalho from NGO Feto Kiik Servisu
> Hamutuk (FKSH or Young Women Working Together, based in Dili) with Anna
> Trembath and Damian Grenfell from the Globalism Institute, RMIT
> University. 
> 6pm, Tuesday 28 August
> The Order of Melbourne Bar,
> Level 2, 401 Swanston St, Melbourne
> Please forward this email to individuals and groups. For queries email
> damian.grenfell at rmit.edu.au or call 61 3 9925 3462.
> The Order of Melbourne is located between Druids Cafe and Foodworks,
> between Little La Trobe Street and A'Beckett Street
> (http://www.theorder.com.au/). From Swanston Street enter through the
> large red door and take the steps up to Level 2. Drinks and food will be
> available at bar prices.

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