2019 Transport cluster International Women's Day

On Thursday 7 March 2019, around 500 of our people from across the Transport cluster came together to celebrate at our annual International Women’s Day event held at the International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour ­- Our biggest International Women’s Day event yet!

The theme of the event was ‘Balance for Better’ and focused on how we can all play our part in creating a diverse and inclusive culture at Transport where everyone feels valued and respected.

Watch all of the inspiring presenters to learn some tips on how you can be more inclusive.

Hear from our attendees on what Balance for Better means to them:

Hear from Rodd Staples, Secretary and Kirsten Watson, Executive Director, People and Culture about our focus on gender equality, the journey ahead of us and the importance of diversity and inclusion in our workplace:

Hear from Manal al-Sharif, who shares her life and career story. She’s a truly inspiring woman who champions equal opportunities for women and started the movement for women to drive in Saudi Arabia:

Facilitated by Samantha Abeydeera from Sydney Trains, our panel members Steffen Faurby, Chief Executive, State Transit Authority, Emma Hogan, Public Service Commissioner and Manal al-Sharif discuss on what balance means to them and how we can create equal opportunities for men and women:


https://www.stayinformed.com.au/admin/projects/International-Womens-Day-2019

On Thursday 7 March 2019, around 500 of our people from across the Transport cluster came together to celebrate at our annual International Women’s Day event held at the International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour ­- Our biggest International Women’s Day event yet!

The theme of the event was ‘Balance for Better’ and focused on how we can all play our part in creating a diverse and inclusive culture at Transport where everyone feels valued and respected.

Watch all of the inspiring presenters to learn some tips on how you can be more inclusive.

Hear from our attendees on what Balance for Better means to them:

Hear from Rodd Staples, Secretary and Kirsten Watson, Executive Director, People and Culture about our focus on gender equality, the journey ahead of us and the importance of diversity and inclusion in our workplace:

Hear from Manal al-Sharif, who shares her life and career story. She’s a truly inspiring woman who champions equal opportunities for women and started the movement for women to drive in Saudi Arabia:

Facilitated by Samantha Abeydeera from Sydney Trains, our panel members Steffen Faurby, Chief Executive, State Transit Authority, Emma Hogan, Public Service Commissioner and Manal al-Sharif discuss on what balance means to them and how we can create equal opportunities for men and women:


https://www.stayinformed.com.au/admin/projects/International-Womens-Day-2019