Eva Cox | Evening Lecture: The Next Hundred Years


The first wave thought the vote would do it, the second that laws and equal opportunities would solve the inequities but we are not there yet, wherever there is. On the one hand, we have made a lot of changes in the last hundred years but now we seem to be stalled. Do we need to rethink again?

On the centenary of International Women’s Day, the History Council of NSW and Macquarie University present this lecture by Eva Cox, CPD Fellow and well known academic and feminist.

More information here.

When: Tuesday 8 March 2011, 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Where: Museum of Sydney

Cost: $30.00 general, $25.00 HHT/HCNSW

RSVP: 02 8239 2211 or www.tickets.hht.net.au

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