Becoming Breastfeeding Friendly is part of a global project led by Yale University. The aim of Becoming Breastfeeding Friendly is to enable countries to identify the gaps in the environment that support, promote and protect breastfeeding. Anyone with an interest in Breastfeeding, primary and community health care is encouraged to attend.
In marking International Women’s Day and the 2019 campaign theme #BalanceforBetter, ECU is pleased to provide this podcast from Dr Linda Holbeche direct from the United Kingdom. Join Linda as she discusses the changes needed in working environments that will ensure employees can prioritise both family and work equally.
Join ECU’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Steve Chapman CBE and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Strategic Partnerships), Professor Cobie Rudd as they discuss 'getting the balance right' between equity initiatives and economic sustainability with special guest Dianah Worman OBE Chartered FCIPD (from the UK) and ECU's new Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Equity and Indigenous, Professor Braden Hill.
Dr Carole Thomas leads the ‘Women in Science’ agenda at the John Innes Centre (JIC) and played an instrumental role in JIC being the first institution in the UK to receive a Gold Athena SWAN Award in 2017. ECU is pleased to be hosting the Western Australian leg of Dr Thomas’ Australian tour as she shares her Athena SWAN experiences with SAGE members nationwide.
It isn’t every day you get to ask questions and hear from some of the top women in sport. Join us as we bring together several successful women that work in elite sport or have walked the path of being an elite athlete themselves.
In November 2018, The Australian British Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) will join with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) on a national event roadshow for the release of WGEA’s fifth year of gender equality reporting data. ECU are proud to be co-partners of the event for Western Australia on 22 November 2018. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.
Join esteemed leaders as they examine the challenges and opportunities of diversity and inclusion in the arts sector, in CEDA’s final 2018 Women in Leadership event on 9 November 2018.Speakers will include Perth Festival's Artistic Director, Wendy Marin, Chair of the Australia Council for Arts, Sam Walsh AO, Black Swan State Theatre Company Artistic Director, Clare Watson and Councillor of the National Art Gallery of Australia and Chair of the Chamber of Arts and Culture WA, Helen Cook.
On Saturday 3 November 2018, Women in Technology WA (WiTWA) will be holding a Gala Awards night recognising 20 female champions for diversity and equality in STEMM. ECU are proud to be co-sponsoring this special event that celebrates WiTWA's 20 year anniversary. Tickets are limited, book now or contact email@example.com.
ECU is proud to be a key sponsor of the 2018 STEM Learning Conference, which takes place on Sunday, 16 - Monday, 17 September at Crown Convention Centre. Pitched at teachers and educators who specialise in STEM subjects, ECU's Vice-Chancellor will provide an address at the conference dinner, joined by WA Chief Scientist, Professor Peter Klinken.
Staff are warmly invited to celebrate recipients of the 2018 Edith Cowan Athena SWAN Advancement Scheme with a ceremony to be held on the Joondalup campus, 8 August 2018.
Diversity beyond gender, 9 August 2018 - Perth CBD
11 May 2018, Room 447, Building 1 (Council Chambers), ECU Joondalup campus, Perth, Western Australia
8 March 2018, ECU Joondalup Pines, Perth, Western Australia
22 November 2017, Building 1 (Council Chambers Foyer), ECU Joondalup campus, Perth, Western Australia
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