New Canberra Jewish Community leader brings gender and law skills to role

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Announced on J-Wire today:

Professor Kim Rubenstein has been elected president of the Canberra Jewish Community.

Professor Rubenstein has served as the community’s Vice President over the past year.  She is Professor and Director of the Centre for International and Public Law at the Australian National University, and also Convenor of the ANU Gender Institute.

Over on the ANU Gender Institute news page:

Professor Kim Rubenstein appointed convenor of new ANU Gender Institute

4 January 2011

ANU is delighted that Professor Kim Rubenstein, Director of the Centre for International and Public law in the ANU College of Law will be the inaugural Convenor of the exciting new ANU Gender Institute.

and

ANU scholars make a submission to AHRC consultation

12 January 2011

ANU Gender Institute Members, Peter Bailey (Professor, ANU College of Law) and Fiona David (Visiting Fellow, ANU College of Law) made a submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s consultation on protection from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, sex and/or gender identity.

With leadership of the calibre of Prof. Kim Rubenstein, the Canberra Jewish Community is extremely well placed to work on breaking down barriers and working toward greater GLBT inclusiveness and acceptance.

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One Response to New Canberra Jewish Community leader brings gender and law skills to role

  1. […] presence of Professor Kim Rubenstein on the ECAJ executive adds the necessary relevant academic and scientific qualifications to the […]

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