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Fellowship: For a woman to conduct research into the impact of gender construction and unconscious bias on the lives of girls and women, especially as they relate to one or more of the following: education, violence and sexual assault, parenting, physical and emotional wellbeing and career opportunities. Other relevant impacts on the lives of girls and women will be considered.

Availability: No longer on offer Region: ACT

This Fellowship is sponsored by the ACT Government through the Office for Women in memory of Audrey Fagan, the ACT's first female Chief Police Officer who died tragically in 2007. Audrey's career achievement as the ACT's highest ranked police officer was a testament to her leadership qualities, commitment and perseverance.

This Fellowship honours her contribution to women in public life at the highest level and seeks to inspire other women in making a difference in the community. It also reflects the ACT Government's commitment to achieving a culture of equal representation of women in senior decision making roles.

For award to women residing or working in the ACT only.



Fellow Year Category Media
Jessica Aulich, Jessica 2015 Social Welfare
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Julie McKay, Julie 2013 Community
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Susan BEATON, Susan 2011 Social Welfare
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Kelly RICHARDS, Kelly 2010 Social Welfare
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Josephine ALCHIN, Josephine 2009 Social Welfare
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Marluce SILVA PETERS, Marluce 2009 Social Welfare
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