Event type: Panel and research launch
Date: Wednesday 11 April 2018
Time: 3 - 5pm
Venue: Refectory (Level 5), Abercrombie Business School
Cost: Free and open to all with online registrations required
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Australia is widely celebrated as a multicultural triumph, but any such success remains incomplete. There remains significant under-representation of cultural diversity in the senior leadership of Australian organisations. Our society does not yet appear to be making the most of its diverse talents.
The findings of a new report, produced by the Australian Human Rights Commission in partnership with the University of Sydney Business School, the Committee for Sydney and Asia Society Australia, suggest we have a long way to go before realising the full potential of our multicultural population.
Monday 19 March
As part of the Education and Social Work Dean’s Lecture Series, Maryanne Loughry, Associate Director of Jesuit Refugee Service Australia, will critically explore Australia’s role in this area.
Monday 7 May
There are many dimensions to spatial inequality in Australia. This seminar will probe the uneven distribution of the country’s economic and environmental resources, with a particular focus on cities.
Monday 4 June
This panel will bring together speakers who make the case for the necessity of seeing climate change and inequality as entwined challenges.