Events and webinars
EEON hosts up to six events each year
The Equal Employment Opportunity Network hosts up to six events each year. Each forum is designed and chosen for its potential to develop the skills and knowledge of our members and to spark discussion. Members and guests alike are welcome at all events. Attendance is free for members, who get first access to each forum. Please visit our membership page to become a part of the EEON community. We also welcome guests, so If you are not a member of EEON but would like to attend a specific event, please contact us. You can stay up to date with all our events by following us on Twitter or LinkedIn, or by joining our mailing list, which is open to members and non-members alike.
Our Final Event for 2022
In 2021, EEON presented a forum on Anti-Racism for Racial Equity – from conversation to action; which addressed bridging the racial inequality gap in employment, including addressing any complacency or resistance to racial equity work, and elevating action within their organisation. The forum was well received and attended.
Further, racism was explored by Glenn Singleton in a keynote at our 2022 Biennial Summit. Clearly racial equity remains an important topic to address.
We are proud to partner again with the Australian Intercultural Society for the seventh year in a row to bring you Part 2 of this important forum.
Have the conversations in anti-racism and racial equity stagnated or matured since our 2021 forum and how do we continue to accelerate action?
Join us again on 8 December from 12.30-2.00pm live at RMIT, Melbourne CBD, and virtually on Teams, as we continue our conversations and continue to work together to engage your head, heart, and gut, in listening, learning and leading.
For those able to attend in person we will gather at 12 noon for a light lunch and networking.
We will revisit and build on our previous anti-racism forum and explore together:
- Racism and psychological safety in the workplace
- Building allyship and accountability to the community that we serve
- Racial equity and intersectionality, threading the arguments.