24th May 2019 – Peer Reviewed and Non-refereed Abstracts Due 10th June 2019 – Non-refereed Abstract Notification 16th August 2019 – Peer reviewed Articles Due 1st October 2019 – Peer reviewed Article Reviews Returned 11th October 2019 – Early Bird Registration Closes Continue Reading
ISANA Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales (ACTiveNSW)
The ISANA ACT & NSW branch is made up of International Educators from various sectors and regions throughout the state. The focus of the branch is to provide support, professional development activities, and networking opportunities for professionals working in International Education. All meetings and Professional Development workshops are open to all International Educators in ACTiveNSW and interstate.
Planning and Development
Melissa De Silva
From the Fair Work Ombudsman: National Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces – Consultation with migrant workers and those on temporary visa.
The Australian Human Rights Commission is leading a National Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces. Information about the National Inquiry and the full Terms of Reference can be found here. The Commission would like to invite you or a representative from your organisation to a consultation that focuses specifically on migrant workers and people […] Continue Reading
Under the law (National Code) education providers must provide access to affordable mental health support services and, students must be told about this at orientation. All providers should have this info listed on websites or hand books under “student support services” or “health and welfare”. Good providers regularly remind students about these services through various […] Continue Reading
The ISANA International Education Association is deeply saddened to hear of the death of Israeli exchange student Miss Aiia Maasarwe. The circumstances surrounding her death are unfolding and we urge the public to support the ongoing investigations of the Victoria Police. ‘From news reports, ISANA does not believe that Miss Masarwe was targeted because she […] Continue Reading
In this birthday year ISANA is asking members and associates to submit memories in the form of photographs or short reflections. If you have anything to share please email to communications@Isana.org.au Continue Reading