Women’s Human Rights Campaign (Aus/NZ) Webinar – Speakers Renate Klein, Catherine Lynch and Simone Watson discussing Article 3 of the Declaration and physical and reproductive integrity, hosted by Simone Watson of Feminist Legal Clinic, 26 June 2021 (archive and podcast).
Women’s Human Rights Campaign (Aus/NZ) Webinar – Speakers Nicole Jameson, Azure Rigney and Allecia Staines discussing Article 2 of the Declaration and the female status of motherhood, hosted by Janet Fraser of Feminist Legal Clinic Inc., 29 May 2021.(podcast here).
Women’s Human Rights Campaign (Aus/NZ) Webinar – Speakers: Jack Draper, Eileen Haley, Jay Park and Judi Pattison discussing Article 1 of the Declaration and why the definition of woman is important, 24 April 2021. (Archive , Anchor ).
“Article 2 of the Declaration on Women’s Sex-Based Rights -Motherhood as an exclusively female status” CSW NGO Forum on behalf of the Women’s Human Rights Campaign, 21 March 2021. (slides, full video, podcast)
Speaker at Jocelynne Scutt’s book launch: “Beauty, Women’s Bodies and the Law: Performances in Plastic” hosted by University of Buckingham Law School, 4 March 2021.
Women’s Human Rights Campaign (Aus/NZ) Webinar – Speakers: Catherine Karena, Ann Leduc and Margot Oliver, 27 February 2021.
Women Human Rights Campaign (Aus/NZ) Webinar – Launch of Susan Hawthorne’s book Vortex: The Crisis of Patriarchy – Susan Hawthorne, Helen Pringle and Anna Kerr in conversation, 29 November 2020.
Women Human Rights Campaign (Aus/NZ) Webinar – Dr Holly Lawford-Smith in conversation with Dr Kathleen Stock, 31 October 2020.
“Challenging Tomorrow – The Political is Always Personal”, Brilliant & Bold – Conversations with Ordinary & Extraordinary Women, a series on women’s rights, challenges, perspectives, hopes and empowerment hosted by Jocelynne Scutt, 11 October 2020
Women Human Rights Campaign (Aus/NZ) Webinar – Dr. Holly Lawford-Smith, Senior Lecturer in Political Philosophy in conversation with MWia Campione, Janet Fraser (here and here), Beth Johnson and Bronwyn Williams, 30 September 2020. Further videos available here, here and here.
Presentation on proposal to introduce legislation criminalising coercive control, National Council of Women of NSW, 27 August 2020.
Trans Activism – the State of Play, IWD Brisbane Meanjin Conference, 7 March 2020.
Slides for Launch of the Declaration on Women’s Sex-Based Rights at Seeking Feminist Future: an evening of feminist ideas, hosted by the Women’s Human Rights Campaign at the University of Sydney, 21 February 2020 & Women’s Liberation Conference IWD Brisbane Meanjin, 7 March 2020.
The Universal Income as a Means of Alleviating the Gender Pay Gap, UNSW Feminist Provocations, 24 August 2019.
The need to recognise maternal rights in International Human Rights Law, Panelists: Charmaigne Weldon, Darelle Duncan and Catherine Lynch, chaired by Anna Kerr, AMIRCI Conference “Beyond Mothering Myths? Motherhood in an Age of Neoliberalism and Individualisation”, University of Sydney, 10 July 2019
Motherhood for Sale?, paper presented by Anna Kerr at AMIRCI Conference “Beyond Mothering Myths? Motherhood in an Age of Neoliberalism and Individualisation”, which featured key notes from Dr Renate Klein, Dr Petra Bueskens, Dr Andrea O’Reilly and Prof Eva Cox at the University of Sydney, 10 July 2019. (Other FLC Committee Members also presented. Dr Catherine Lynch spoke on “The Infant Gaze: How surrogacy develops the former goal of closed records adoption to destroy mothers through the destruction of the maternal-neonatal relationship” and Vee Malnar performed a selection of her songs while others danced in front of the giant knitted placenta on display throughout the conference.)
Panel Event “How must the law change to stop male violence?“, Panelists: Sam Lee (Gun Control Australia & RLC), Charmaigne Weldon (Wirringa Baiya), Amani Haydar (Bankstown Women’s Health Centre), Chaired by Anna Kerr and hosted by FLC at Benledi House, 27 June 2019.
Presentation to Equality Rights Alliance (ERA) Annual Member’s Meeting “Diverse Women? Marginalised Women? Or Unhappy Men?“, 23 May 2019.
Panel: ‘Women and Representation in the Legal Profession’, Panelists: Elizabeth Espinosa (President of the NSW Law Society), Lee May Saw (barrister), Carrie Follas (senior partner at JWS), Anna Kerr (FLC), JWS Intervarsity Gender & the Law Conference, 13 April 2019.
Panel: NSW Sexual Consent Laws, Panelists: Karen Willis, (RDVSA), Andrew Dyer ,(USyd Lecturer), Anna Kerr (FLC), Gayatri Nair (DV NSW), Liz Snell (WLS NSW), University Law Society Women’s Committee, 9 April 2019.
Launch of Feminist Legal Clinic Appointment Service, 20 February 2019. For photos, see here.
An argument for the recognition of Maternal Rights in International Human Rights Law, Australian & New Zealand Law and History Conference, University of Wollongong, 11 December 2018.
Experiences of women defendants in domestic and family violence cases, International Domestic Violence & Health Conference, Melbourne, 20-21 November 2018.
Presentation to Lane Cove’s Women’s Action & Information Group (WAIG), 20 August 2018.
Presentation to Equality Rights Alliance (ERA) Annual Member’s Meeting “Stop Separating Mothers from Babies”, 23 May 2018.
Evolution or Revolution? The History of Reproductive Rights into the 21st Century, 36th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Law and History Society, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, 14 December 2017
Restore our Refuge – Community Forum, Taree RSL & Golf Club, 8 June 2017 – reported in Manning River Times, 2 June 2017.
Introduction to Dr Simar, An Evening in Conversation with Dr. Sima Samar, Chair of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission, hosted by University of Sydney, UTS and ALHR, 23 May 2017
Panel on Abortion Law Reform (other panellists Sophie York (barrister) and Gil Burton (Specialist of Obstetrics and Gynaecology) , Sydney University Law Society Women’s Committee, 30 March 2017.
Ending violence against women in Australia and beyond: measures, reform, and advocacy – Panel Chair, National Human Rights Conference, Australian Lawyers for Human Rights, 17 February 2017.
Martyred to Romantic Love – a presentation on violence against women at the Spinifex Press 25th Anniversary Celebration, 9-10 September 2016.martyred-to-love-20160904