The biggest ever FIFA Women's World Cup is set to kick off Down Under on July 10 this year. It's one of multiple large events Australia can leverage in the coming decade to market itself to the world and harness the audience to build economic and diplomatic value.
Sport has the power to change lives and Australia is committed to using the power of sport to promote gender equality, diversity and inclusion. These international events present Australia with a unique opportunity to showcase a modern and diverse nation – with approximately a quarter of its people born overseas and representing 200 different ancestries.
As a socially and culturally diverse nation how do we ensure that we use the common language of sport to strengthen our connections with our regional and global partners and how significant are the challenges in current dialogue around Gender equality, First Nations representation and our relationships with Asian and Pacific neighbours?
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This event can be attended at the venue (at Harvard Lecture Room 2, Centenary Building, Sandy Bay Campus) or online.
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May 9, 2023
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (GMT+10)