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What does it mean to be a dangerous woman?

What does it mean to be a dangerous woman?

The Dangerous Women Project is calling for reflections, essays, memoir, research or thought-provoking stories for its fascinating website.
Fast track to registration

Fast track to registration

Women are seriously underrepresented as registered architects in Australia. Parlour thinks that this matters – so we welcome two new fast track pathways to assist experienced practitioners become registered.
Anganwadi Project seeks volunteer architects!

Anganwadi Project seeks volunteer architects!

Looking for that once-in-a-lifetime volunteer experience? The Anganwadi Project could be for you.
Places women make

Places women make

Urbanist Jane Jose celebrates the unsung urban heroines who have shaped our cities in her book, Places Women Make: Unearthing the contribution of women to our cities.
A new Women in Architecture survey

A new Women in Architecture survey

Please take a short international survey, which follows up on a set of questions asked to women in architecture in 1975.
The City of Women

The City of Women

The City of Women, a new book edited by Dr Katia Frey and Dr Eliana Perotti, documents women’s contribution to urban planning (in German).
Space for Dissent panel discussion

Space for Dissent panel discussion

Architects for Peace, in association with the Centre for Cultural Partnerships at the Victorian College of the Arts, presents a post-election panel discussion.
Architecture in an Expanded Field

Architecture in an Expanded Field

A symposium from Architecture + Women NZ, on the occasion of the exhibition Between Silos.
Crowdfunding call for Villa E-1027 restoration

Crowdfunding call for Villa E-1027 restoration

Makers of the Eileen Gray feature film, The Price of Desire, are seeking funding through Kickstarter to permanently restore Gray's iconic Villa E-1027 (France).
TRA FFICK fundraising event: T-shirt exhibition and auction

TRA FFICK fundraising event: T-shirt exhibition and auction

A T-shirt exhibition and auction celebrating women's creativity against human trafficking.
TRA FFICK: Design a t-shirt & help raise funds

TRA FFICK: Design a t-shirt & help raise funds

Women in architecture and design are invited to design an image for a T-shirt, to help raise awareness of and support for the female victims of human trafficking.
Mothers in Company

Mothers in Company

A research team from the University of Sydney is looking for self employed women to participate in a study looking at what motivates women to start their own business, and their experiences once they do. They ask: Are you a woman who is self-employed, or running her own business in Australia?...
Pathways to working in the humanitarian sector

Pathways to working in the humanitarian sector

A training course to introduce built environment professionals to the Humanitarian sector and identify pathways for future work experience
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