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You are invited to an advance screening of 'SUFFRAGETTE'.

All funds raised will go to International Women's Development Agency.

Tickets are available on Eventbrite - see the link! http://ow.ly/UGHL2

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Professor Rufus Black speaks on the Australian response to post-911 terrorism - "both a strategic error in countering the threat and a risk to the rule of law". Tickets are free and available now!

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The Centre for Ethical Leadership invites you to join us for the Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Speaker Series, featuring ethicist and Master of Ormond College, Associate Professor Rufus Black, speaking in Melbourne on “Anti-terrorism laws as a failure of strategy and a threat to the rule of law: an alternative proposal for the new normal”.

Tickets are free but bookings are essential - see the link below for details.

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Science in Australia Gender Equity pilot scheme from Australian Academy of Science will challenge universities and research institutions to confront their gender equity issues.

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If you're in Sydney next week, come along to our free event on "Journalism in crisis: the triple whammy" presented by Peter Greste. The event is a great opportunity to explore the ethical challenges faced by the modern media.

TIckets are free but bookings are essential.

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Old-fashioned journalism is under attack. The news business has always had to adapt to new political and social changes, but journalist Peter Greste argues that news as we know it is facing its worst crisis in a generation, and on three fronts - political, social and technological.

Peter Greste speaks at our Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Speaker Series next week in Sydney - tickets are free but bookings are essential.

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Do you have a ground-breaking idea but can't find the time and support to make it a reality?

The Myer Innovation Fellowship program is looking for three 2016 Fellows who will each receive $100,000 along with select administrative and operational support for their nine months to realise their idea.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to step outside the routine and rhythm of everyday life and chase down an answer to the great tests we face as a nation

http://myerfoundation.org.au/grants/other-programs/mif/

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“we now know what we already knew – that environmental stress hormones lead to increased risks of morbid diseases and earlier death – but now we also know that this relationship is mediated through impacts on the telomeres, a genetic pathway”

Nobel Laureate Professor Elizabeth Blackburn discusses how her work on DNA has helped to unlocked the secrets of aging and what the wider implications are for society.

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Join the wonderful Cordelia Fine as she dismantles the myth of innate biological differences between men's and women's brains along with Christine Kenneally and Ben Eltham at the Melbourne Writer's Festival 2015 http://mwf.com.au/session/brains-genes-gender/

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Professor Robert Wood discussing targets and quotas for women on boards with Patricia Karvelas on Radio National Drive.

"Less than 20 per cent of directors in Australia's top 200 listed companies are women.

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon has introduced a private members bill calling for a mandated 40 per cent representation of women on government boards."
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