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EOC International Women's Day Breakfast
Inspiring women - inspiring change
The EOC IWD celebration attracted 250 women and men to be inspired by leading women who have created positive change for women in our community and abroad. Our speakers, Tonya McCusker, Joan Peters and Erica Smyth have worked in diverse communities and industries, showing by their leadership that women can achieve at all levels.
Equal Opportunity Commission review
The State Government has announced that the Public Sector Commission will undertake a review of the organisations established under the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 to ascertain their effectiveness in achieving the objects of the Act.
Details of the review, including timelines, and Terms of Reference can be found at: Review of organisations under the Equal Opportunity Act 1984
Isabelle Lake Memorial Lecture 2014
Making history: All the places we've been and are still yet to go in the fight for transgender & intersex rights
This year's lecture will be delivered by Aram Hosie.
on: Wednesday 26th March
where: Wesfarmers lecture Theatre, UWA Business School
For more details click here
Register here for the Isabelle Lake Memorial Lecture 2014
Kimberley creativity harnessed for calendar
Read the full story in our e-bulletin Kimberley creativity harnessed for Commission's calendar. You can order copies of the calendar here.
New EOC e-bulletin
A new edition is now out. It features the Department of Transport's innovative program to deliver driver's licenses for new arrivals and people living in remote WA and information about the new ground in the Equal Opportunity Act 1984, . Click here to read more.
Transport champions deliver a driver’s license fit for everyone
The Equal Opportunity Commission respectfully acknowledges the past and present traditional owners of Western Australia and pays respects to the traditional custodians of this land.