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Seize the CSW moment

by | Mar 10, 2020 | The Agenda

Gender Equality: are we going backwards?

About this Event

The 50/50 by 2030 Foundation at the University of Canberra will Seize the Moment of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in the nation’s capital next week. After the cancellation of the CSW Meeting in New York, you are warmly invited to join us in Canberra on 13 March and at the preceding evening’s cocktail function at the Ann Harding Centre to hear from some of Australia’s leading experts on the progress being made towards gender equality and how best to advance the CSW agenda.

 

Speakers include:

• Elizabeth Broderick – Former Australian Sex Discrimination Commissioner and Founder of the Male Champions of Change

• Kate Jenkins – Sex Discrimination Commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission

• Libby Lyons – Executive Director of the Workplace Gender Equality Agency

• Helen Dalley-Fisher – Program Manager of the Equal Rights Alliance

This event commences with a complimentary cocktail function on Thursday 12th March from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM. The conference begins on Friday 13 March from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM.

 

Individuals and organisations encouraged to attend include:

• CSW Australian delegates

• Civil Society Organisations

• Policy makers

• Academics and researchers

• Women’s Alliance members, supporters, and interested citizens

• Media

 

Total Event Details:

Cocktail Function

Date: Thursday 12 March 2020

Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Location: Ann Harding Conference Centre – Building 24, University Drive South, University of Canberra

 

Conference

Date: Friday 13 March 2020

Time: 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Location: Ann Harding Conference Centre – Building 24, University Drive South, University of Canberra

 

Event Cost

$90. Includes catering, beverages, and conference proceedings following the event. If ticket price is a barrier to participation please contact Hannah.Mills@canberra.edu.au

Book your tickets here.

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