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 Victoria & Tasmania Branch
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Please don’t hesitate to email one of the Victorian Exec Committee if you have any ideas for professional development, state conference or meeting themes or speakers.
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
On Friday 7th September ISANA VIC/TAS held its 19th State Conference with the theme “Opportunity and Innovation: Industry Professionals Supporting International Students”.
The day started off with an early networking breakfast that allowed delegates to introduce themselves and their work to fellow professionals from the industry. The first session for the day highlighted the need for self-care and take-aways that they could adopt in their everyday life. The concurrent sessions provided an opportunity to see and hear from many diverse presenters on multitude of topics including, but not limited to, gambling in the Asian context, student orientation, how to support LGBTQI students, mental health and sexual violence. Each of the sessions were presented by experienced professionals to increase the mindfulness into relevant matters of today. Delegates also got to put their creative side to use with a mural painting workshop as a part of the team building activity. The last session was a powerful student performance that put into focus what international students face in their lives and how important it is to support them and the people working with them. Throughout, delegates had numerous opportunities to interact with like-minded people and enrich their professional circle. At the end of it all, delegates were able to carry with them ideas and notions that they could reflect upon and adopt in their day to day working lives.