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Australian Ally Conference 2018
Activating Human Rights: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Intersex Status – Leading the Change
The 2nd Australian Ally Network Conference will be hosted by Curtin University in Perth on 27-28 September 2018.
UPDATE – FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS:
DEADLINE 22 JULY
CHRE Research Seminar Series 2018
Authentic Youth Engagement: Supporting Youth Activism - Guest speaker Professor Shirley Steinberg, Research Professor of Critical Youth Studies at the University of Calgary, joins us for the fourth CHRE seminar for 2018. Register now.
In June, CHRE academic Dr Lisa Hartley visited the University of Glasgow, which coincided with the Refugee Festival Scotland, coordinated and produced by the Scottish Refugee Council.
On the 5th of May 2018, the Holmes à Court Gallery and CHRE's Associate Professor Caroline Fleay organised a one day seminar at the Holmes à Court Gallery in West Perth.
The post-symposium report highlights some of the main advocacy priorities and suggestions raised by participants at the symposium and offers some next steps to take on this broad issue.
Professor Baden Offord and Dr Lisa Hartley are part of a team of trans faculty researchers to be awarded an ARC Linkage Grant.
In January 2018, Professor Baden Offord presented a keynote speech at the EASA Biennial Conference at The University of Barcelona in Spain.
The 2nd Australian Ally Network Conference will be hosted by Curtin University in Perth on 27-28 September 2018. FINAL Call for papers deadline 22 July 2018.
The 2018 Annual Curtin University Human Rights Lecture will be delivered by prominent international jurist, educator and former judge, the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG. More information coming soon.