Asia Pacific Women

Gender based violence in Papua New Guinea

Fiona Hukula discusses gender based violence in Papua New Guinea as part of the Asia Pacific Women thought leadership series. Read More

Access to education and its impact on gender disparity in Laos

For the Asia Pacific Women thought leadership series, Andrea Haefner discusses access to education and its impact on gender disparity in Laos Read More

Financial inclusion of informal women market vendors in Port Moresby

As part of the Asia Pacific Women thought leadership series, Dr Elizabeth Kopel, shares insights on women market vendors in Port Moresby. Read More

Corporate Japan: Pioneering diversity and inclusion

Melanie Brock discusses corporate Japan, and making way for diversity and inclusion. This article is part of the Asia Pacific Women thought leadership series. Read More

Women and equality: The post-COVID challenge in the Asia Pacific

Penny Burtt and Nikita Shewandas from Asialink at the University of Melbourne, share insights on the challenges for women and equality post-COVID. Read More

Women’s empowerment in the corporate sector

Erna Witoelar discusses Women’s empowerment in the corporate sector as part of the The Asia Pacific Women thought leadership series Read More

Adding value and impact? The next generation of social entrepreneurs across the Asia Pacific

As part of the Asia Pacific Women thought leadership series, Erin Watson-Lynn shares her insights on adding value and impact for the next generation of social entrepreneurs across the Asia Pacific Read More

An intersectional climate resilient health service is a prerequisite to build back better

The Asia Pacific Women thought leadership series brings focus to the status of women in the Asia-Pacific region through expert commentary on women’s social… Read More

A tale of two sectors: Women leaders bridging the formal and informal sectors during Vanuatu’s COVID crisis

Anna Naupa explores how women leaders are bridging both formal and informal sectors to drive the Vanuatu government's COVID-19 tourism response and recovery. Read More

The impact of COVID-19 on women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights in Myanmar

Social and political institutions limit women and girls’ access to economic independence and political representation in Myanmar. This includes women and girls’ access to sexual and reproductive care, including family planning services. Read More

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