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Train the trainer workshop on themes from Grease- 13th May 2016The Department of Gender Studies, in collaboration with the production team for Grease ran the second train the trainer workshop on themes from Grease with reference to gender and sexual politics.Femicide Across Europe- Cost Action IS- 12th & 13th May 2016Dr Marceline Naudi attended the "Annual Conference: Culture, Masculinities and Femicide in Europe" in Ljubljana, Slovenia.This was the second stakeholder's meeting organised by the Department.The first was held in January 2014 to mark the setting up of the Department of Gender Studies.Director Magnus Isacsson first encountered the Grannies while shooting scenes for films about major political, social and environmental issues.Most of the footage was shot in classical vérité style, by one of Canada's best documentary cinematographers, Martin Duckworth.From occupying Wall Street sites in Canada and the U.S., to demonstrations against nuclear arms, the Montebello G-20, arms fairs and protests at military recruitment centres, the film follows several Grannies as they undertake surprising political guerrilla actions, challenging authorities and stereotypes alike.

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Family 360: Multidisciplinary Approach to Family' Conference- 12th March 2016Dr Brenda Murphy from the Department of Gender Studies, attended the event 'Family 360: Multidisciplinary Approach to Family'The speakers: Dr Marceline Naudi (Head of Department of Gender Studies - University of Malta), Beverley Gilbert (Senior Lecturer, NCSPVA, University of Worcester), Sam Monnox (NCSPVA student) — at University of Worcester.Session 1: Emerita Avtar Brah (Click here for presentation)Session 2: Katarina Lennmarker (Click here for presentation)Session 3: Andre Baas (Click here for presentation) Public Lecture- Prof Susan Hirsch - Prof Susan Hirsch (from George Mason University, USA) gave a public lecture entitled "Toward a Feminist Approach to Rule of Law: Promoting Peace and Integrating Society" Dr Brenda Murphy and Dr Marceline Naudi from the Department of Gender Studies together with Dr Katya De Giovanni (Department of Family Studies), Dr Anne-Marie Callus (Department of Disability Studies) and Dr Joanne Cassar (Department of Youth & Community Studies) conducted a presentation "I don't try to bluff or make myself look prominent: Does appearance matter in academia?



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