Thought Leadership Events

Western Sydney University was placed first in the world in the 2022 and 2023 Times Higher Education Impact rankings, the only global performance measure that assesses universities against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The event series aims to celebrate and promote this #1 ranking, complementing work being undertaken across the University as part of its Sustainability and Resilience Decadal Strategy 2030.

For more information or to get involved,  please contact: Emma Boddington or Bhadra Chandran.

Later events

  • How Australian Forests Will Cope with A Hot, Dry and Fiery Future – Associate Professor, Matthias Boer, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment
  • Teasing-Eve: Diverse Perspectives on the Sexual Harassment of Women in Dhaka City, Bangladesh – Arunima Kishore Das, Associate Lecturer, Culture and Society
  • Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession – Ashlee Gore Academic Program Advisor, Criminology & Policing, Liverpool
  • Female Entrepreneurship and the Creative Industries: Women’s Participation in Cultural Labour – Sheree Gregory, Senior Lecturer, School of Business
  • The African Great Lakes Diaspora: Community-led research on Gender-based Violence – Selda Dagistanli, Senior Lecturer, School of Social Sciences
  • Building Custodianship of Antarctica – Professor Juan Francisco Salazar, School of Humanities and Communication Arts