Transformations: Action on Equity

Transformations : Action on Equity: two days of lively, incisive and necessary conversation on gender equity in architecture and the other built environment professions. The Symposium brings together international and Australian speakers – researchers, professionals and activists – who are transforming current thinking about gender.

The two-day program is organised as a series of discussions investigating key modes of action – organising at the grassroots, leadership through policy, reshaping the workplace, and rewriting history.

Join people of all genders; scholars, practitioners, educators or those active in the built environment disciplines in other ways. Book for the full symposium, or for a single day. Tickets include all sessions, the keynote lecture and catering (the conference dinner, on Thursday night, is separate). Concession rates are available.

Event details
Date
Thursday, 14 Nov 2019 to Friday, 15 Nov 2019 Past event
Location
Glyn Davis Building, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne
Melbourne,  Vic  3010,  Australia
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