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Despite years of well-intentioned and seemingly concerted focus, the recent, tremendous momentum of movements to dismantle structures of unjust power and privilege - including #metoo and Black Lives Matter - has shown that there's still much work to be done before we build a future we can all share.
The devastating impacts of the pandemic have also exacerbated existing inequities, and resulted in narrowed civic space around the world, making it more difficult for communities to meet, discuss, demonstrate and be heard on these issues.What do the demands of these global movements for diversity, equity and inclusion mean in an Australian context? What does success look like? And why haven't we been able to make better progress?
Join our alumni panel of energetic and emerging leaders as they explore how better progress can be made in this space and what that future may look like.
This event is part of ANU Alumni Impact Makers, a series of webinars featuring our high-impact alumni in discussions on improving the state of our communities and the world.
Julie McKay (MPubPol (Hons) '08) - Chief Diversity, Inclusion and Well-Being Officer, PwC
Julie is PwC's Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, leading both the internal D&I transformation as well as the consulting practice. She was the Executive Director of UN Women Australia and Gender Advisor to the Chief of the Australian Defence Force. Julie has experience working with public and private sector organisations to understand and operationalise their human rights obligations.
David Momcilovic (MPubPol (Hons) '07, BA '02, BAsianStudies '01) - Director, ACT Government Office for LGBTIQ+ Affairs
David (he/him) is a Canberra-born and bred gay married father of one. His work in the ACT Government is geared towards supporting and strengthening Canberra's diverse LGBTIQA+ individuals and communities, and closing the opportunity gap for people in our community who experience discrimination and hardship.
Leila Smith (BA (Hons) '07) - CEO, Aurora Education Foundation
Leila, a Wiradjuri woman whose family is from central New South Wales, has experience in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and education sectors, in policy development, organisational growth, and program delivery in the not-for-profit sector, private sector, federal government, and academia.
Panel Moderator Alan Wu (GDLP '12, LLM '16) - Member of the Board, Oxfam Australia and Democracy in Colour
2016 ANU Alumnus of the Year, Alan is currently the longest-serving member of the Board of Directors of Oxfam Australia, and is also a senior regional coordinator with the Open Government Partnership, a multilateral organisation dedicated to making governments more inclusive, responsive and accountable.