1 year ago

10 September, 2016

Law Foyer

Organised by:
Sydney University Law Society (SULS)

Please register now! https://docs.google.com/a/suls.org.au/forms/d/11IZ3IYVCiPslTtu6jbiefjvqfqHoViMx0azujr99cEI/edit

SULS annual Social Justice Conference is an opportunity to bring students together for thought-provoking discussion and skills-based workshops.

This year, the theme is youth engagement in civil society; particularly, the role that law students can play in political advocacy, law reform and social justice campaigning.

Panel discussion: James Mack (NSW Labor Lawyers), Natalie O'Brien (GetUP), Stephen Blanks (NSW Council for Civil Liberties), Subeta Vimalarajah (Sydney Uni Law student and womens' rights activist) and more.

Workshop 1: ‘Why Aren’t My Facts Working’ - strategic communications and messaging for social justice campaigning, delivered by Paige Burton from Australian Progress.

Lunch provided!