"I AM A GIRL" Film screening & Panel Discussion
You are invited to an inspirational feature-length documentary and interactive panel discussion about the reality of what it means to be female in the 21st century.
The screening of the film "I AM A GIRL" will be followed by an interactive panel session with inspiring female leaders to respond to the documentary and provide their personal insights into the issues surrounding the status of women today. Those who attend will have the opportunity to meet other students, staff and community members interested in the issue of significance to women, and to support the vital work of the UN Women's economic empowerment programs in the Pacific.
The panel members for the event will be:
- Wendy Lacey, Professor International Human Rights Law at the University of South Australia
- Dr Melanie Baak, Convenor of the UniSA Refugee and Migration Research Network
- Roshni Thattengat, PhD student Medical Sciences at the University of South Australia
- Anna Kemp, Founder Seeds of Affinity & winner South Australian of the Year Local Hero 2013
Professor Peter Gale, Co-convenor of the Human Rights and Security will facilitate the Panel session.
Following the film there will be a short break before the panel session for a light dinner and information Market of organisations that will provide information booths and provide volunteering opportunities. The NGO's that will be present are AIME, Amnesty International, Enactus, Seeds of Affinity and the YWCA.
This special event, co-hosted by UniSA Career Services and the Research & Innovation Clusters is the first in an annual calendar of activities aimed at exploring complex issues, appreciating different sector and disciplinary perspectives, fostering creative dialogue and generating collaborative projects.
For more information regarding the documentary, please visit www.iamagirl.com.au
This is an event not to be missed!
Tuesday 11th March 2014
5:15pm for a 5:30pm start
Level 5 Hawke Building City West Campus
University of South Australia
50-55 North Terrace, Adelaide
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Light meals and drinks will be provided at the event.
All funds raised will go towards UN Women's economic empowerment programs in the Pacific.
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