March 2 2022: International women's day breakfast
Date: Wednesday March 2, 2022
Details: Team Tink was lucky enough to be joined by fantastic guest panelists Christine Holgate, Jack Jacobs and Georgie Dent as they discussed the politics and biases surrounding gender and sex in Australia in 2022, as well as the changes that can be enacted to support Australia to move into a position of being a global leader in equality in this area. Moderated by the wonderful Catherine Fox and opened by Yvonne Weldon, with a moving Welcome to Country. Watch the full discussion below:
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