Join us today (Thursday 9th June) at 12 noon for Make or Break: Women, work and the social contract with Prof Marian Baird from University of Sydney.
This is a hybrid format event (face to face and webinar). Marian’s talk will start at 12.00 and for those attending in person, lunch and networking will follow.
The social contract for women and work is in a state of flux, perhaps even broken, and remains so post-COVID and post-election. In this lecture, Marion will canvass the flow of work over Australian women’s life courses and the policy responses, omissions and suggestions for change, at each of the points of greatest inequality.
About Marian Baird
Marian Baird (pictured, right) became Professor of Gender and Employment Relations in 2009, distinguishing her as the first female professor in industrial relations at the University of Sydney. She is a Presiding Pro-Chancellor of the University of Sydney, Head of the Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies and Co-Director of the Women, Work and Leadership Research Group in the University of Sydney Business School.
To register for this event please click here. Please note: Those registering for online attendance will receive the webinar link within your ticket confirmation order. The webinar link you receive will prompt you for your name and email in order to join the lecture on the day.