Keynote from 'How the Personal became Political: Re-assessing Australia's Revolutions in Gender and Sexuality in the 1970's'

Keynote from 'How the Personal became Political: Re-assessing Australia's Revolutions in Gender and Sexuality in the 1970's'
Thursday 30 March 2017

Earlier this month, the Gender Institute hosted a symposium on 'How the Personal became Political: Re-assessing Australia's Revolutions in Gender and Sexuality in the 1970's', together with Angela Woollacott from the School of History.

The keynote speaker was Elizabeth Reid (AO, FASSA, FAIIA), the first adviser on women’s affairs to any head of government, appointed by Prime Minister Gough Whitlam in 1973. Ms Reid has since had a distinguished career with the UN and in areas of gender, health and development.

Audio for Ms Reid's keynote is available below

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