Now that we’ve covered analysing data through an intersectional lens, let’s look at how we can use those findings to design policies and programs that support all staff and students.
In this session, we’ll ask our panellists how they took an intersectional approach to:
- ensure culturally safe learning for Muslim students on clinical placements
- diversify the curriculum in the School of Media and Communications
- create an academic promotions process that is equitable for Indigenous staff
Through these case studies, you’ll hear examples of actions that were designed with intersectionality in mind and get firsthand, practical advice from the people who implemented them.
Dr Rakime Elmir
Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director Clinical Education Midwifery, Western Sydney University
Professor Lisa French
Dean, School of Media and Communications, RMIT
Professor Janelle Wheat
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching), Charles Sturt University
Associate Professor Chloe Taylor (facilitator)
Associate Professor (Sport and Exercise Science) and SAGE Deputy Academic Lead, Western Sydney University
Tuesday 5 September 2023, 12:30 to 2:00 pm AEST.
We’ll post a recording on our Webinars page after the event.
Online via Zoom.
Who should attend
We think you’ll find this useful if your work involves creating inclusive educational experiences or writing and reviewing organisational policies.
About the series
This webinar is part of the Intersectionality Series, a program designed to support institutions in taking an intersectional approach to their gender equity, diversity and inclusion work. The series combines webinars from expert academics, researchers and practitioners with community-driven “Reflection in Practice” sessions.
To learn more, visit the Intersectionality Series overview page.
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