The Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies, Trinity College, Dublin in association with the Irish Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform are hosting a conference on women and ambition in the workplace.
This is a three-day event running from Thursday 27th March until Saturday 29th March 2008. This conference aims to provide an international feminist context for understanding the nature of ambition in the working lives of women.
Abstracts of 250 (max) words addressing the conference theme, or exploring the following sub-themes are welcome, suggestions for workshops will also be considered:
•Feminist perspectives on women and ambition in the workplace
•Defining the ambition of men and women in a workplace context
•Feminist theory and female ambition
•The advancement of women within organisational hierarchies
•The role of gender in the workplace
•Retention of female labour force
•Strategies for career advancement
•Organisational policy and gender
•Barriers and Facilitators in the advancement of women in the workplace
•All other suggested topics will be considered.
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Centre for Gender and Women's Studies,
Trinity College Dublin,
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