Title Breaking the Bias: International Women's Day Degree of recognition Regional Media name/outlet 2MCE Media type Radio Duration/Length/Size 5 minutes Country/Territory Australia Date 08/03/22 Description International Women’s Day eventThe Gender and Feminist Studies Network with Athena SWAN and Gender Equity
This event was opened by CSU Vice-Chancellor Professor Renée Leon
Speakers Bomikazi Zeka and Rebecca Glenn
Assistant Professor Bomikazi Zeka Canberra Business School
Dr Bomikazi Zeka is an Assistant Professor in Finance and Financial Planning at the University of Canberra. Bomikazi’s core body of work relates to the retirement planning strategies and challenges of economically disadvantaged groups, particularly women and people of colour.
Zeka, B. 2022. Gendered poverty perceptions: How do retired women fare? Risks, 10(2): 29, https://doi.org/10.3390/risks10020029.
Rebecca Glenn – Founder of Centre for Women’s Safety Australia
Rebecca founded the Centre for Women's Economic Safety (CWES) to raise awareness of economic abuse as a form of domestic and family violence and advocate for structural and systems change to support women's economic safety.
Producer/Author Presenter Megan Jackson URL https://youtu.be/xVL1DiuEvmg Persons Donna Bridges
- International Women's Day
- Gender bias
- Gender and Work