INSPIRE Centre, University of Canberra, Pantowora Rd, Bruce ACT
What do ADAPTABLE and LIVABLE housing really mean? Explore the voluntary code on LIVEABLE HOUSING DESIGN. Can accessible housing be affordable, sustainable, integrated with the external environment & to the community? Can it also be culturally appropriate for Indigenous and immigrant people. Internally, SMART HOUSING will have the best internal technologies – automated & with environmental control units – for people with mobility impairment and ageing Australians.
Tivoli Theatre, 52 Costin Street, Fortitude Valley (Brisbane)
Join Children by Choice for a special women-only fundraising event. This night of song and celebration with fabulous women performers is part of our NovemHER fundraising drive - come along and help us raise some funds as part of our 40th anniversary celebrations!
The first National Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference will be held 20-21 November 2012 at Hilton on the Park, Melbourne by the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) in association with Sexual Health and Family Planning Australia (SHFPA). More information on the conference website.
The Minister for Housing and Homelessness, Brendan O’Connor, will be addressing the National Press Club on 14 November, 2012 from 11:30am. The Minister will speak on the topic of ‘Halving homelessness – how are we going and where to from here’.
Marsh Room, The Roundhouse, University of New South Wales, Kensington campus
The Sydney Feminists, a media education group, would like to invite you all to attend an upcoming film screenings. In this fascinating new documentary, filmmaker Thomas Keith takes aim at the forces in male culture that condition boys and men to dehumanize and disrespect women.
Presented by ActionAid, Frocking Hilarious is the only all-women line up at the Sydney Comedy Festival. Headlined by ActionAid ambassador Judith Lucy, Frocking Hilarious will once again bring you a line-up of Australia's funniest women to celebrate women's rights through the power of laughter.
After last year's sell-out show this year's event boasts some of the strongest female voices in Australian comedy, including Denise Scott, Fiona O'Loughlin, George McEnroe, and ActionAid ambassador Claire Hooper.
All profits go to ActionAid's work empowering women living in poverty to stand up for their human rights.