2 years ago

When:
30 May, 2016

Location:
Level 4 Faculty Common Room

Organised by:
Sydney University Law Society (SULS)


On Monday 30 May, SULS is joining with AIME, Amnesty International Australia NSW Legal Network, the NSW Reconciliation Council and the Students’ Representative Council to host a Panel Discussion - "Reconciliation Today: Policy Frameworks and Social Realities".

Panellists include:
Nayuka Gorrie, an Aboriginal Engagement Consultant with Doxa who is passionate about promoting Aboriginal and women's rights
Sara Hudson, a Research Fellow and Manager of the Indigenous Research Program at the Centre for Independent Studies
Nicole Watson, a writer, academic and senior lecturer at the University of Sydney, Faculty of Law.

The panel will be facilitated by Clark Donovan and Kyol Blakeney.

DATE: Monday 30 May
TIME: 1:00 - 2:00PM
WHERE: Level 4 Faculty Common Room

This is event is open to all students and staff, Indigenous or non-Indigenous. Lunch will be provided to some early to grab a spot and join in on the discussion!

See you there!