Gender and the Future Workforce
5pm–7pm Monday 22 July 2019, Perth
This special event forms part of our 50th anniversary program of events taking place across the country to acknowledge the contribution of the humanities to understanding our past and making sense of the present, and consider the role that the humanities will play in humanising the future.
The Gender and the Future Workforce event will explore the role of gender equity in building a strong and diverse future workforce from academic, industry and government perspectives. The panel discussion will commence at 5pm at the State Library of Western Australia in the Perth Cultural Centre, with a reception to follow at 6pm.
This is a free public event, open to all.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Professor Joy Damousi FASSA FAHA – Academy President, Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow and Chief Investigator for the Future Humanities Workforce project.
- Dr Frances Flanagan – Sydney Environment Institute
- Shelagh Magadza – Executive Director, Chamber of Arts and Culture WA
Further details of the event will be posted soon.