Presenter/s: Julia Diprose, Communications and Media Coordinator for UN Women Australia; Tasman Bain, Co-Founder and Deputy Director of Meri Toksave; Dr Patrick Kilby, Lecturer in the School of Arch and Anth, CASS ANU
Event type: Seminar
Event date: Wednesday, 12 August 2015 - 6:00pm
Event venue: Haydon Allen Tank, ANU
The Australian National University Circle for Gender Equity (ANU CGE) is a student society that aims to promote critical discussion around the role of gender, with a particular focus on development both nationally and internationally. They aim to provide educational events and facilitate conversation for not only students but the wider public for an all-inclusive and safe learning space. They welcome people of all genders, races, ages and sexualities at their events.
Their first seminar for this semester is: The role of men in gender equity.
- Julia Diprose, Communications and Media Coordinator for UN Women Australia.
- Tasman Bain, Co-Founder and Deputy Director of Meri Toksave (a women’s rights NGO in Papua New Guinea) and a White Ribbon Ambassador, a Plan Australia Youth Ambassador and a Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum.
- Dr Patrick Kilby, Lecturer in the School of Arch and Anth, CASS ANU.
Sushi will be served at this event.
A further three events will be spread throughout the semester. Some topics include women in sciences and what is masculinity?
For further information on what the ANU Circle for Gender Equity do, upcoming events, getting involved or if you are simply an advocate for gender equity and want to keep up to date with the latest news you can like them on facebook (ANU Circle for Gender Equity) or contact them via email at firstname.lastname@example.org