“Our latest annual report, prepared by Vanessa and Peter, provides clear evidence of CPOW’s recent and growing achievements not only in terms of research income, publications and HDR completions but also in CPOW’s reach in engagement and impact.
CPOW members undertake a range of leadership roles, including on academic journal editorial boards, and provide expert evidence and advice in a range of forums. CPOW members are also active in policy debates reflected in diverse non-academic publications and in dynamic media engagement. A number of important new partnerships and collaborations were established, and others further developed over 2018 including with the Australian Human Rights Institute, African Australian Women in Melbourne, the Australia China Council, Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade and the Victorian Trades Hall and Gippsland Trades and Labour Councils.(…)
The Centre is in excellent shape with a set of cross-cutting research themes led by enthusiastic theme leaders.”
Distinguished Professor Sara Charlesworth,
Director, Centre for People, Organisation & Work