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International women's day: 'Changing the culture of gender at ANU'

Prof Brian P. Schmidt, Prof Margaret Jolly, Prof Kim Rubenstein, Prof Jodie Bradby, Dr Caroline Eakin and Emma Davies
8 March 2018 - 9:30am

Join the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Brian P. Schmidt, and a panel of leading ANU women to discuss Changing the Culture of Gender at ANU. The discussion will be followed by morning tea.

Celebrating stories - Women of multicultural backgrounds

Elizabeth Lee; Anne Martin; Cindy Reese Mitchell; Camille Aniversario
1 March 2018 - 5:00pm

Capital Giving are hosting an event designed to foster a spirit of inclusivity and understanding as we hear the unique stories and perspectives of four outstanding leading Canberra women of multicultural backgrounds, who each in their own right, are making remarkable contributions to our local community.

Prosecute; don't perpetrate

Susan Hutchinson; Gai Brodtmann; Geoffrey Skillen; Nikki Marczak
23 November 2017 - 6:00pm

Ending impunity for sexual violence in armed conflict

Canberra: local activist panel

ActionAid
13 November 2017 - 5:45pm

In the lead up to the 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women campaign, our Canberra group is hosting a special panel discussion event that will bring together local Canberra activists from a range of fields to share their stories and experiences of activism

Giving up the good girl

Feminist Writers Festival
22 October 2017 - 3:00pm

With 2017 the unofficial Year of the Nasty Woman, join us to discuss how expectations for women are changing, how we are challenging and rejecting gender roles, and learning to give up being so damn nice. Hear from three amazing creative women from different fields, about how they and their work have been politicised and criticised – but also applauded.

Gender Institute meeting - Changing the Course at ANU, followed by ceremony honouring Gender Institute members

ANU Gender Institute
22 August 2017 - 3:00pm

A meeting of all ANU-based Gender Institute members and guests will be held at the ANU for a panel forum and discussion of the Australian Human Rights Commission’s report Change the course: National report on sexual assault and sexual harassment at Australian universities (see below).

Out for Australia ACT – embracing ethnocultural diversity

Out for Australia
9 August 2017 - 6:00pm

The recent debate about whether brown and black stripes should be added to the rainbow flag has provoked fundamental questions about diversity within the LGBTIQA+ community. This event provides an opportunity for guests to hear from a panel of speakers, both students and professionals, about their personal experiences of the intersection of cultural diversity and LGBTIQA+ diversity, as well as offer their opinions about issues that this intersection creates.

EMILY's list event: What I've learnt in my first 6 months as an MLA

Rachel Stephen-Smith MLA, Minister for Community Services and Social Inclusion; Tara Cheyne MLA; Bec Cody MLA; Suzanne Orr MLA
22 May 2017 - 5:30pm

Join Rachel Stephen-Smith MLA, Minister for Community Services and Social Inclusion, Tara Cheyne MLA, Bec Cody MLA and Suzanne Orr MLA as they discuss what they love, like or have learnt to accept in their first 6 months as members of the ACT Legislative Assembly.

First impressions: Elizabeth Durack an artist in Papua and New Guinea, 1968

Professor Margaret Jolly; Associate Professor Christopher Ballard
19 May 2017 - 4:00pm

The ANU Library is hosting a panel discussion for the exhibition opening of a recently acquired collection of works by Elizabeth Durack (later Durack Clancy).

Gender minority & diversity lunch

Professor Margaret Thornton; Associate Professor Wayne Morgan; ACT Human Rights Commissioner Dr Helen Watchirs OAM; Infrastructure Partner from Ashurst Sarah Ross-Smith
9 May 2017 - 12:00pm

The Social Justice portfolio have organised the Gender Minority & Diversity Lunch event: an academic panel focusing on the themes of law, gender and sexuality.

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