Passionate about gender equity, diversity and inclusion? These sessions are an opportunity to ask questions, exchange perspectives and workshop ideas for applying intersectionality in our gender equity, diversity and inclusion work at Murdoch University.
Attendees will reflect on:
- What is the difference between diversity data and intersectionality?
- How does intersectionality relate to inclusive practice?
- In SAGE/gender equity work, what might an "intersectional approach to understanding barriers, creating actions and measuring outcomes/impact" look like?
All students at Murdoch University can access SAGE webinars and resources, but you’ll need to validate your email address first:
- Click the “Login” button in the top right corner of the SAGE homepage.
- Enter your student email address and click “Submit”. Personal email addresses (e.g., Gmail) won’t be accepted.
- Check your inbox for a validation link. If you don’t receive it within an hour and it’s not in your spam folder, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Click the validation link to return to the SAGE homepage. The button in the top right corner should now say “Log out”.
You’re now ready to register for a SAGE webinar.
- Go to the event page: https://sciencegenderequity.org.au/event/reflection-in-practice-session-1/
- If prompted, sign in by entering your validated email address. This will unlock the registration form.
- Scroll down and click the orange “Register” button at the bottom of the form.
- Fill in the form. If you don’t have or want to use an Eventbrite account to checkout, just continue as guest.
- Check your inbox for a confirmation email with the event link and joining instructions. The email includes an “Add to Calendar” link for your convenience.
To learn more about other events in the series, visit the Intersectionality Series overview page.
About Athena SWAN
Athena SWAN is an internationally recognised program aiming to improve gender equity in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) in the Australian higher education and research sector. It began in 2005 to encourage and recognise commitment to advancing the careers of women in STEMM and is now used across the globe to address gender equality more broadly. In Australia, it is driven by the Australian Academy of Science and the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, under the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) initiative. Murdoch has a long-standing commitment to the values of equity and social justice and Athena SWAN is one of several vehicles we use to influence positive change in line with these values.