Below are topics of particular interest; however papers/talks may include any topic relating to women.
Gender and History
Women and Athletics
Women’s Leadership Development
Women in the University: Benefits and Barriers
Market Limitations on Women's Careers
Glass Ceilings in the Workplace
Economics of Gender
Women at Work: Women Executives and Company Boards
Women and Social Justice: A Dilemma
Women in the Military: Motherhood, War and Veterans
Politics of Gender in Transnational Contexts
Gender and the Environment
The Future of Feminism
Culture and Women’s Progress
Women’s Education and Population Growth
Women’s Health, Politics and the Child
Women’s Rights and the Law
Women and Media Studies
All topics in Women's and Gender Studies
Women's March and #Me Too
Papers and presentations regarding the above areas are of particular interest to the conference. However, these suggested areas of research and writing are not meant to be limitations and the conference programme is open to all substantive areas of formal and informal research into the rewards and challenges of leadership for women. Investigators may present papers documenting relevant activities, pilot studies, feasibility studies or developmental work. “Structured presentations,” by definition, must convey viewpoints supported by a framework of literature essential to the matter under discussion.
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"I found all the presentations very interesting. It was a great opportunity to hear different perspectives on women's issues. The discussion after my presentation was very enriching and I will take it into account in my further research."