Equality Talks: Imagining a gender-equal future - the next generation share their visions for a fairer, more inclusive tomorrow

What’s your vision for a more gender-equal future, where all Victorians are respected, valued and able to contribute to the community we share?

To celebrate International Women’s Day, you’re invited to hear four young Victorians explore their ideas for a better tomorrow.

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Speaking for five minutes each, our speakers bring with them unique perspectives on celebrating cultural connections, challenging stereotypes, reframing gender and harnessing activism to provoke real change.

All are welcome – but especially the young and young at heart.

Speakers: 

  • Tahlia Biggs – Program coordinator, Korin Gamadji Institute
  • Hunter Johnson – CEO of The Man Cave
  • Yasmin Poole – Youth advocate and ‘human megaphone for Gen Z’
  • Khayshie Tilak-Ramesh – Youth Commissioner, Victorian Multicultural Commission
  • Nevo Zisin – a Jewish, queer, non-binary writer, performer, activist and public speaker

MC:

  • Sherry-Rose Bih Watts – Social entrepreneur and founder of WomanGirl

When:

Wednesday 4 March, 2020
5.30 to 6.45pm (doors open 5pm)
Light refreshments will be served at 5pm

Where:

Melbourne Theatre
Basement of Melbourne Museum
11 Nicholson St, Carlton VIC 3053

How to get there:

Closest public transport: By train — Parliament Station; By tram — Nicholson Street/Gertrude Street stop, Fitzroy (Routes 86 and 96)

RSVP:

This event is free to attend but registrations are required.
To register, please visit Eventbrite.

Accessibility needs and dietary requirements:

If you have an accessibility requirements or dietary requirements, please send an email to [email protected].

More information:

If you have any questions or require any clarification, please email [email protected].

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