A Symposium hosted by the Legal Intersections Research Centre in the School of Law, calling for attention to the politics and practices of listening to women in a range of legal contexts.
Women, Listening and Law: What Does it Take to be Heard?
Innovation Campus (Wollongong)
Building 233 Room G12.
This two-day Symposium will explore the politics and practices of listening to women in a range of legal contexts.
We are excited to be welcoming Dr Tania Serisier (Reader, Birkbeck College, University of London), Scientia Associate Professor Kyllie Cripps (School of Law, Society and Criminology, UNSW) and Associate Professor Tanja Dreher, (Scientia Fellow, School of the Arts and Media, UNSW) as keynote speakers.
The Symposium will also feature presentations from law reform campaigners and activists seeking to address violence against women.
Submissions may be emailed to Dr Sarah Ailwood and Associate Professor Cassandra Sharp by 16 September.