Event Calendar

Want to know about an upcoming gender equality event near you? Or how to get involved with one of our Member Organisations?

AGEC has developed an easy to use Event Calendar for our Members and Subscribers that tells you everything you need to know about –

  • Upcoming AGEC events
  • Member Organization Events
  • Key annual events on the gender equality calendar

It even tells you how to get there! Click here to see the calendar

If you’re a Member Organization, your login will allow you to log your event details and a link to your own website or event portal. Click here to add a new event.

Upcoming Events

AGEC 2019 Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the Australian Gender Equality Council will be held on Friday 21st November 2019 at 2pm. Representatives from AGEC Member Organisations are invited to attend. The AGM will hear from the Chair and CEO on AGEC activities for the year just past, and AGEC’s plans for the coming year. The annual Director Elections are held at the AGM. Member Organisations can attend in person or via video conference. Full details of the meeting location and venue will be provided in the Notice of Meeting emailed to Members on 31st October 2019.


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Year 101: Women in Law Lunch

May 30 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm


What will it take to continue advancing women in law over the next 100 years?

In 2018, NSW celebrated a significant milestone – 100 years of women practising law.

We acknowledge that the industry has seen significant change and movement but there are still opportunities to innovate and challenge traditional thinking. This journey continues as we look to the future from year 101.

At this inaugural event, we will bring together a panel of high profile women in the Australian legal industry to take part in a forward-focused conversation discussing the challenges, opportunities and their vision for the next 100 years. In particular, the panel will explore:

  • What do we expect from our industry and the next generation of leaders (both male and female) to ensure progression?
  • What needs to change to allow the next phase to progress in a constructive and considered way?
  • What are the systems, processes and structures that need to be established or reinvented over the next five years?
  • How will we hold ourselves accountable for leading this change?

This will be the legal industry diversity event of the year.


May 30
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm


McCullough Robertson
+61 7 3233 8876


The Ivy Ballroom
320 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
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+61 2 9240 3000