Challenging structures and changing policies to drive inclusion, diversity, equal rights and a voice for all will be the topic of discussion for this year’s Investigator Lecture, to be held on Wednesday 17 November.
The 2021 theme for the Investigator lecture is Fearless Voices, which will be discussed by a panel of diversity and inclusion experts from across education, government and the private sector.
Professor Sally Robinson, Professor in Disability and Community Inclusion at Flinders University, will be joined by Professor Richard Bruggemann, disability advocate and SA Senior Australian of the Year 2021; Tanya Hosch,Executive General Manager Inclusion & Social Policy with the AFL, and Helen Connolly, South Australian Commissioner for Children and Young People.
Charles Brice, journalist and digital producer for ABC News Adelaide, will be MC and facilitate the discussion with industry leaders, to examine how innovation can drive diversity and equal rights for all.
This Investigator Lecture is also the finale to the 13-week series of Fearless Conversations – Flinders University’s thought-provoking and inspiring live panel discussions that have examined a range of issues and industries to showcase innovation and creativity, as a means of creating a fearless future for our state.
The Investigator Lecture is an important part of Flinders University’s public education program and underlines our contribution towards the cultural life of South Australia.
You can register to attend the 2021 Investigator lecture by clicking here.