Chemical Sciences Building
Tuesday 24 September, 4:00 - 6:00pm
Hosted by profession Accelerator @ UNSW company class, this panel conversation will concentrate on the job pathways readily available for pupils enthusiastic about working to improve addition and involvement within organisations.
Featuring a panel of speakers, they'll share their profession tales which resulted in their functions and supply guidance for being employed as an equity, variety and addition practitioner. We'd welcome our system of industry lovers working or with an intention in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion to go to.
Tuesday 24 September, 6:00 - 7:30pm
Variety in sport things
Though some sporting stars reject the idea they are part models, others have actually harnessed their impact for the greater good.
- Dylan Alcott OAM (Wheelchair tennis player)
- Ellia Green OAM (Rugby Sevens player)
- Sharni Layton (AFLW player / previous netballer)
- Casey Conway (supervisor of Inclusion and Diversity, NRL)
OUTSIDE CINEMA SCREENING: MOONLIGHT
24 September, 6:00 - 8:00pm tuesday
The UNSW Ethno-Cultural Collective invites you to definitely enjoy cinema beneath the movie movie stars having an assessment of Moonlight. This Oscar-winning Best image movie is a pressing intersection of coming-of-age, queerness, and racial identification.
24 September, 5:30 - 7:00pm tuesday
Does discussing sex allow you to uncomfortable? Have you been experiencing more discomfort than pleasure? Got burning questions regarding intercourse? Or sensations that are burning intercourse?
Sex is fantastic, but often it could be embarrassing and painful and confusing or even merely a small bit mediocre and realistically we don’t speak about that enough. And let’s be genuine, intercourse ed in school is woefully lacking, particularly when you’re maybe maybe maybe not straight. Join us for an available, inclusive enjoyable talk about sex in a way you can’t read in a book.
25 September, 11:00am - 5:00pm wednesday
The Arc Wellness Warriors and UNSW Health Service are collaborating to celebrate Sex-tember and Diversity Fest. They truly are hosting a Hump Day Pop-Up to aid all students take close control of the intimate wellness by giving information, free condoms, free STI checks and free cupcakes!
UNSW LADIES CONNECT: HER JOB COMPASS
Wednesday 25 September, 11:45am - 1:15pm
Hosted by Deputy Chancellor, Jillian Segal AO and moderated by UNSW Gender Champions, hear from a panel of expert ladies concerning the challenges, benefits and path possibilities their jobs have actually presented them, with easy methods to progress and thrive on the job.
- Rebecca Harcourt (Program Manager, Native Company Education, UNSW Company Class)
- Alison Avery (UNSW Head of Precinct correspondence and Engagement)
- Jillian Segal AO (UNSW Deputy Chancellor)
QUEER WRITES WRITING WORKSHOP
Wednesday 25 September, 2:00 - 3:00pm
Get in on the group behind Queer Writes for example regarding the workshops these are generally hosting each week of Term 3.
Queer Writes could be the vocals for the LGBTQIA+ pupil body at UNSW, and it is proudly taken to you by the UNSW Queer Collective. The publication that is bi-weekly you things topical, funny, innovative, thirsty, and creative by a number of your favourite queers on campus!
JEWISH NEW FESTIVAL year
Wednesday 25 September, 2:00 - 5:00pm
Join the Australasian Union of Jewish pupils in bringing in the Jewish brand new 12 months
You do not wish to lose out on.
- Honey-cake enhancing
- Israeli music
Looking towards celebrating to you!
Red Centre Gallery
Wednesday 25 September, 5:00 - 6:00pm
Join us for the very first testing of the micro movie on simple tips to think, speak, act, live and stay inclusive.
Inclusive is an active verb, but do you realize how exactly to BE comprehensive? Knowing what things to state and do to help others feel a part of our community could be difficult to find out. Show up for somewhat to consume even though you view BE Inclusive, a film that is micro by Built Environment that captures practical recommendations and recommendations from current UNSW students.
'RIDE SUCH AS A GIRL' PREVIEW ASSESSMENT
Randwick Ritz Cinema
Wednesday 25 September, 6:00 - 8:00pm
Join us for the preview assessment with this highly expected movie!
Drive just like a woman informs the incredible real tale of Michelle Payne, the very first female jockey to drive a Melbourne Cup champion. It's the directorial debut of Rachel Griffiths; and movie movie movie stars Teresa Palmer, Sam Neill and Magda Szubanski.
26 September, 10:00am - 5:00pm thursday
Variety Showcase is a UNSW Careers and Employment event planning to display EDI initiatives at UNSW, and connect UNSW staff, pupils, academics, skillfully developed and alumni across all variety proportions.
If you should be enthusiastic about discovering more about variety at work and possibilities at UNSW then join us! The day includes a few speaks, presentations, an alumni panel and networking opportunities so that you can make inquiries and study on professionals.
STEM LADIES PROFILE WRITING LUNCH
Biosciences North Building
Thursday 26 September, 12:00 - 2:00pm
Are you aware that only 17% of pages on Wikipedia are of females, or that 92% regarding the most scientists that are followed Twitter are guys?
Creating or refreshing your profile that is professional will just promote your own personal work, it will probably bring much needed presence to your variety of STEM. Over a calm lunch we're going to guide participants to include their profile to your STEM ladies database, a fresh online directory that connects women to industry, news and outreach possibilities. Staff will soon be readily available to just take profile pictures and offer proof reading and writing advice.
BEYOND REFUGE: DIALOGUES
IO Myers Theatre
26 September, 6:00 - 7:30pm thursday
Beyond Refuge happens to be a three 12 months innovative development system for musicians whom share an asylum seeker and refugee experience, curated by Western Sydney-based organization CuriousWorks.
Recently arrived and generation that is first collaborated to offer sound and vision to brand new tales of y our times, through the kernel of a thought until the creation of unique film and photo-media projects. A team of experienced Australian musicians and community collaborators, led by CuriousWorks, supported each creative group and produced the works, focussing on procedure, sound and opportunity that is professional.
SEX WORKER LIBERTIES
Thursday 26 September, 6:30 - 7:30pm
UNSW ladies' Collective is hosting a panel on intercourse worker liberties, specially taking a look at the aftereffects of the internet United States laws and regulations SESTA/FOSTA on Australia employees.
Lots of college students participate in sex work and it is essential as intersectional feminists that people keep in mind; intercourse worker liberties are human being legal rights. The panel conversation features representatives from Scarlett Alliance, Intercourse employee Outreach Project (SWOP) and student representatives. Following the panel you will see a quick ‘You Can’t Ask That’ style Q&A conversation.
Thursday 26 September, 7:00 - 11:00pm
Action apart. Make room. Help variety in the songs industry.
Fall into line
KEEP IN TOUCH WITH ME MEETUP
Michael Birt Lawn
27 September, 11:00am - 12:00pm friday
SPEAK TO ME is a effort directed at producing room for significant conversations and collaboration involving the diverse ethnic, racial, governmental, and groups that are socio-economic UNSW. An area for staff and pupils from different Schools, Divisions and parts of society in the future together and connect.
Join us for the bite for eating and a speak to a stranger!
WILL YOU BE PrEP-ARED?
John Goodsell Building
27 September, 1:00 - 2:00pm friday
Exactly just What has triggered a 23% reduction in HIV diagnoses in Australia? Did that HIV is known by you may be invisible? Could you have sex that is safe somebody with HIV? perhaps you have heard about PrEP?
Join us for the panel meal and discover where we explore the decrease in prices of HIV, what’s caused this decrease in Australia and exactly just what teams are being put aside.
OPENING OF THIS ANXIETY that is BIG
UNSW Galleries, Paddington Campus
Friday 27 September, 6:00 - 8:00pm
The major Anxiety – event of arts + science + individuals, offers designers, experts and communities to concern and re-imagine their state of psychological state when you look at the 21st century.
Whether through hi-tech interactive surroundings or one-on-one dialogues, the festival’s goal is always to produce the rich engagements we want for the collective psychological state. The festival operates from 27 September - 9 November.
INTER-UNI QUEER CRUISE
King Street Wharf, Darling Harbour
Friday 27 September, 6:30 - 10:00pm
The Queerest Unis in Sydney are tossing one MASSIVE party ON A motorboat!
Come dressed as queer royalty; this can suggest a symbol in queer history, your fave drag queen/king or also Queen Lizzie by herself! Get imaginative, because the costume that is best will win a wonderful reward!
This event is available for everyone therefore bring along your TAFE mates and graduate gal pals too!