Panel discussion: championing change from Canberra

Venue

Auditorium, China in the World Building (188), Fellows Lane, ANU

Date

Monday, 29 October, 2018 - 17:45 to 19:30
Three different perspectives, one destination – Canberra. This event will feature the unique perspectives and personal journeys of three champions for change who have all come to Canberra to help shape the future of the country and the region.
 
They will share why Canberra is the centre of gravity from where they have chosen to champion their different causes.
 
Hosted by The Australian National University’s College of Asia and the Pacific, this Panel Discussion is the fourth in the ACS Canberra's 2018-19 Innovation Series, held in collaboration with ISACA.
 
The panel discussion will be lead by Timothea Turnbull, doctoral scholar, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific and supported by Nicholas Farrelly, Associate Dean (Impact and Engagement), ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.
 
Panellists
Come from different parts of the country/region to push for change.
  • Hannah Worsley, bringing the voices of girls and women from regional Australia to Canberra.
  • Mitchell Harmer, as a start-up entrepreneur, changing the way that safety on construction sites is managed.
  • Astari Daenuwy, as a doctoral scholar, researching women diplomats in Indonesia.
Join the conversation on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Drinks and canapes will be available at the foyer after the event.
 
*Note: This event has limited places. If you are a member of more than one member body, please do not duplicate your registration and only register with one of the organisations.  We look forward to seeing you there.
 
Terms and conditions
Attendance is conditional to your online registration.
If you have registered but unable to attend the event, your co-operation in notifying us two days before the event is appreciated.
 
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