Astromundus crow-funding campaign to raise scholarships for talented students all over the world who have limited access to study Astrophysics. More information you can get at official web-page of the Astromundus Master program: http://astromundus.eu/ and their Indiegogo campaign https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/train-astrophysics-professionals-for-development#/
The Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) has been publishing a very interesting series of articles on Women and the RAS in its Astronomy and Geophysics journal.
Look out for the recent works on Relativistic Codes revealing a clumpy universe. One of them involves one CANTATA member (Marco Bruni).
The first CANTATA meeting has taken place in Lisbon on the 14th and 15th of november, 2016. See the 1st Meeting in Lisbon subpage.