Rebecca has dedicated her academic and professional life to the study and promotion of women's empowerment, specialising in women's leadership. Rebecca is a published author with Melbourne University Publishing, Routledge, and in a range of academic journals for the humanities, including Human Rights Quarterly and Oxford's Journal of Human Rights Practice. Since 2017 Rebecca has led the design, implementation, and evaluation of leadership courses for senior women leaders from Indonesia for the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. In 2007 Rebecca was one of only four early career researchers selected globally to act as Rapporteur at the Nobel Women's Initiative's first international conference Women Redefining Peace in the Middle East and Beyond (Galway, Ireland).
Outside academia, Rebecca has worked for the Victorian Local Governance Association, where she played a key role in the production of From Compliance to Culture: A Toolkit for Local Governments to Implement the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities. She has also interned and acted as Consultant for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Gender, Human Rights and Culture Branch, where she worked with a team to implement the United Nations Global Forum of Faith-based Organisations in Population and Development (Istanbul, Turkey, 2008).Read more on Rebecca's profile
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Leadership for Senior Multi-Faith Women Leaders 2019.
Prof Shahram Akbarzadeh, Dr Rebecca Barlow
- 2019: $262,125
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