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Navigating gender, race, faith, and belonging
In Australia, 48.2 per cent of people were born overseas or have parents from overseas... so how can we celebrate these diverse experiences of culture?
Hear from Sarah Malik, Walkley-award-winning Australian investigative journalist, author, and television presenter, as she unpacks this + more at UTS’s 2023 International Women’s Day celebrations.
The event will also feature a panel discussion facilitated by Verity Firth, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Social Justice and Inclusion), UTS. The panellists will share their own personal stories and experiences of navigating the world through the lens of gender, culture, race – and how to step into your power.
Panellists to be confirmed.
About Sarah Malik
Sarah Malik is a Walkley-award-winning Australian investigative journalist, author, television presenter, and UTS alumni.
Her work focuses on asylum, surveillance, technology and its intersection with gender and race – most notably examining domestic violence, gender inequality and migration.
In her collection of memoirs, 'Desi Girl, on feminism, race, faith, and belonging', she explores the power of writing from the margins and how to find - and take - your place in the world. Join us as she shares her experience of being at home – in oneself, culture, politics, family, country, and journey.
The event will also be live streamed, so you have the option to attend in-person or tune in online!
- 12.15 pm: Doors open
- 12.30 pm: IWD presentation commences
- 1.30 pm: Refreshments
This event is hosted by the Centre for Social Justice & Inclusion in partnership with UTS Advancement and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
Sarah Malik appears by arrangement with Claxton Speakers International.