Foreword | Kupu Whakataki (2022)
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This conference would place the intersection of gender and law front and centre. It would seek to prioritise diverse voices and provide an sent research to those who might not otherwise have had that opportunity. In addition, the conference would provide a forum for dialogue across the law profession— undergraduate and postgraduate students, practitioners and academics—as well as create space for personal and professional reflection and the sharing of our stories, thereby placing a feminist lens on the academic conference. That was the kaupapa of the Symposium on Law and Gender: Beyond Patriarchy. Postponed by the challenges of the pandemic and finally taking place online on 1 February 2022, the Symposium was a collaboration between the AUT Law School Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makau Rau and New Zealand Women’s Law Journal – Te Aho Kawe Kaupapa Ture a ngā Wāhine.
CitationMudgway C, Ayoubi L (2022). Foreword | Kupu Whakataki in NEW ZEALAND WOMEN’S LAW JOURNAL TE AHO KAWE KAUPAPA TURE A NGĀ WĀHINE special edition – papers from AUT law school and NZWLJ symposium “Law and gender: beyond patriarchy” volume V1 2022, p. 6-8
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ANZSRC Fields of Research48 - Law and legal studies::4804 - Law in context::480407 - Law, gender and sexuality (incl. feminist legal scholarship)
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