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Don’t Stay in Your Lane: Research by women reveals routes to gender-friendly Wales

Where: Carriage House Hall
When: 17 Sept 2022 1pm - 5pm

Information to help women navigate academic life as a research.

Original research.


Post-natal depression.

Young people’s understanding of relationship consent. Women in Planning

Gender equalities in the Welsh third sector.

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Wales Assembly of Women are delighted to this year be awarding FIVE Audrey Jones Awards for Research by Women. The standard of applications was so high – WAW decided to break with tradition and invite five women to talk about their research and its impact on the lives of women in Wales. Our guest speaker will be Dr Dawn Mannay, Director of Postgraduate Research at Cardiff University’s School of Social Sciences, who will speak about navigating academic life as a woman researcher

The topics that will come under the microscope are:

Evaluating the effects of symptom monitoring as a health resource for menopausal women – Robin Andrews, University of South Wales

Institutionalising Equalities? Exploring the Engagement of Equalities Organisations in the Welsh Third Sector-Government Partnership – Dr Amy Sanders, Aberystwyth University

Women in Planning in South Wales – Guests in Their Own Profession? – Annamaria Sguelia, Cardiff University

No does not mean convince me: How gender norms affect young people’s understanding of coercion and consent in relationships – Catherine Phillips, Cardiff University

Comparing the Occupational Balance and Social Capital of Mothers With and Without Postnatal Depression Symptoms – Sarah Cavill, Cardiff University

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