Join Women on Boards at the UN Women Australia's International Women's Day Lunch as we celebrate under the theme, Count Her In: Invest in Women. Accelerate Progress.
Hear from leaders and changemakers who are working to re-shape the system and remove the barriers so all women and girls can unlock their potential and drive better outcomes for us all.
Friday 8 March - Canberra IWD Lunch Exhibition Hall, National Convention Centre
11:30am guest arrival
12:20pm formalities commence
3:00pm formalities end
3:30pm event concludes
All ticket holders receive:
• A drink on arrival and a sit down two-course lunch – cash bar also available
• Post event access to all content, across all cities, via the virtual stream. This will be available until midnight on Friday 5 April.
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The Women on Boards table at the UN Women's Luncheon will be hosted by Dr Kath Hall
Non-Executive Director, Women's Justice Network
Dr Kath Hall is an internationally recognised legal academic and writer. She has worked with and advised a number of leading international organisations including the United Nations Joint Inspection Unit, International Bar Association Anti-Corruption Committee, Safra Centre for Ethics Harvard University, Anti-Corruption Academy Vienna, and the International Standards Organisation (ISO).
Kath is also an award winning legal educator with significant experience teaching and mentoring law students. She was one of the first Australian academics to conduct empirical research on student wellbeing and was the Australian National University (ANU) College of Law's inaugural Director of Student Wellbeing. Kath is also the co-author of the Law Student Survival Guide (3rd ed) with Professor Claire Macken.
In 2020 Kath was appointed an Honorary Associate Professor at the ANU College of Law, and since that time she has continued to engage in academic research and writing. In 2021 Kath founded Law School Success to support law students around Australia in their studies and future careers.