HKU Equal Opportunity Unit:
UG major/minor in Gender Studies at HKU:
Women’s Studies Research Centre:
Women Scientists in Action:
Hong Kong Women Filmmakers:
Hong Kong Women in Film in Higher Education:
Gender Equality Initiatives at Institutions Around the World:
Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) – Hong Kong:
Preventing Sexual Harassment on Campus: 'A Matter of S/HE':
Women at Cambridge:
Gender & Society in the Classroom: Gender scholarship for multiple purposes:
RUTGERS - Institute for Women's Leadership:
Diverse Women: Issues in Higher Education:
Unconscious Bias Training Resources:
Royal Society: Understanding Unconscious Bias video (2015):
Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing – A Feminist Approach to the Anthropocene: Earth Stalked by Man:
FemTechNet is an activated network of hundreds of scholars, students, and artists who work on, with, and at the borders of technology, science, and feminism in a variety of fields including Science and Technology Studies (STS), Media and Visual Studies, Art, Women’s, Queer, and Ethnic Studies. Launched in 2012, the network has developed and experimented with collaborative processes to address the educational needs of students interested in feminist science-and-technology studies.
Black Women Radicals and the Asian American Feminist Collective. “Black And Asian-American Feminist Solidarities: A Reading List.” April 2020.
Elsevier Topics: Gender & Diversity
Elsevier gender report: The Researcher Journey Through a Gender Lens (2020)
Website: Venturing to the Unknown: Men's Studies in Greater China
Studies on Chinese men conducted by Dr. Simon Chan, Associate Professor, Department of Social Work, Hong Kong Baptist University, and other co-researchers grouped under four categories: Trauma (domestic violence, sexual abuse, men in grief); Men in Disadvantage (divorce, father-son conflict, homelessness); Service Delivery (low income needs, social worker narration); and Gender Difference (engaging men, intimacy).
A platform to educate, inspire and support people to speak up about sexual harassment and assault launched by Samantha Topp, a British-Chinese journalist currently based in Hong Kong.