You are invited to the 2020 Australia-Africa Women in Leadership Forum on empowering women during COVID-19 and Economic Recovery. The Forum provides a dedicated platform and space for business networking opportunity and empowerment through entrepreneurship
Meegan Fitzharris; Michelle Dixon; Kate Lundy; Genevieve Jacobs; Fiona Jenkins; Trish Clancy; David Fricker; Yasmin Poole; Rosanne Brand; Caitrine Dunn; Morgan Marshall; Dr Marie-Louise Ayres; Ashleigh Streeter-Jones; Mark Kenny; Caitlin Figueiredo
21 May 2019 - 9:00am
Ignite your journey with the festival "Young women: Take the lead!". Empowerment should start early in a career. This conference provides a holistic approach to women's leadership, offering the inspiration to open new avenues and see other perspectives. This day is an opportunity for you to think, understand, engage and challenge pre-conceived notions surrounding women.
Professor Akibayashi will focus her presentation on the current security situation in the Asia Pacific region, particularly the tensions in East Asia, and on women’s contribution to peace in the region, including between North and South Korea.
The University of Canberra; the Women’s Centre for Health Matters
2 November 2016 - 10:30am
Do you ever Google health and medical information? Use health, fitness and medical apps? Participate in online discussion forums, Twitter chats or Facebook groups about health, exercise and medical issues? Wear a fitness tracker or use a platform like Strava?
Anne-Sophie Dielen, ANU; Prof. Brian Schmidt, ANU (forum co-chair); the Hon. Karen Andrews MP (forum co-chair)
5 August 2015 - 9:00am
This exhibition, interactive display and public forum was a registered event for the National Science Week and made possible by the generous support of ANU Gender Institute and the National Science Week – Inspiring Australia Program.
A live social media panel event where young women were offered an accessible explanation of the federal budget process and its political function, a roundup of the new measures that affected women and the opportunity to ask questions about the current budget and its effects.