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International Women’s Day 2019: In pictures

by | Mar 13, 2019 | The Agenda

Anne Summers: ‘The politics of women’s representation’, National Press Club,  Wednesday 6 March

 

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Image: Dan Abro

 

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Virginia Haussegger, Director 50/50 by 2030 Foundation. Image: Lyn Mills

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Dr Anne Summers AO

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Image: Dan Abro

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Image: Lyn Mills

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Image: Lyn Mills

 

Virginia Haussegger In-Conversation with Anne Summers, University of Canberra, Thursday 7 March

 

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Wiradjuri Echoes. Image: Dan Abro

 

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Image: Selen Ercan

 

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Image: Selen Ercan

 

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Virginia Haussegger AM; Dr Anne Summers AO; Emeritus Professor Marian Sawer. Image: Selen Ercan

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Emeritus Professor Meredith Edwards; Associate Professor Selen Ercan; Dr Pia Rowe, BroadAgenda Editor; Professor Laurie Brown, Director Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis; Virginia Haussegger AM, Director 50/50 by 2030 Foundation. 

University of Canberra, International Women’s Day morning tea, Friday 8 March

 

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Deep Saini, Vice-Chancellor University of Canberra

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Kirsty Dwyer, Chief Executive, People and Diversity, University of Canberra; and Hannah Wandel, founder of Country to Canberra, 2019 ACT Young Australian of the Year

 

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