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Guest speakers

Edith Cowan Memorial Lecture - Women Leading Change

Thursday, 8 March 2012

Mrs Anne Banks-McAllister, CEO of the Shire of Peppermint Grove

The Shire of Peppermint Grove Chief Executive Officer, Anne Banks-McAllister, delivered the fifth annual Edith Cowan Memorial Lecture at the Mount Lawley Campus.

Edith Cowan Memorial Lecture - 100 Years: Obstacles for Aboriginal women in work and community

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Dr Sue Gordon

ECU welcomes the first full-time Aboriginal magistrate in WA history, Dr Sue Gordon to the Mount Lawley Campus for a personal and thought provoking presentation on 100 Years: Obstacles for Aboriginal women in work and community. Removed from her family home at the age of four and placed in Sister Kate’s home in Queens Park, Dr Gordon shares her story, and the influential role that the women in her life, particularly her mother and grandmother have played in her personal journey.

Edith Cowan Memorial Lecture - In Honour of Courage

Monday, 9 March 2009, 12.30pm

Dr Penny Flett, CEO of Brightwater Care Group

Dr Penny Flett is the CEO of Brightwater Care Group which provides care and support to young disabled people and the elderly. Her presentation was part of the University's International Women's Day celebrations...

The Australian Security Environment and the Importance of Security Research

Thursday, 6 November 2008, 4.00pm

Mr Paul O'Sullivan, Director-General of the Australian Security Intelligence office

I will begin by talking about the current security environment, before discussing ASIO's role, particularly in context of our contribution to Australia's liberal democratic culture and system of government...

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