We are very proud of our Managing Trustee Debbie Ollis for her work at Deakin University on a groundbreaking sexuality education program for new teachers. It gives educators a ready-made resource with which to build a sexuality education program for their teaching students, ensuring they are equipped with the knowledge, skill, comfort and confidence to integrate sexuality education content issues and activities into health education programs.You can download the resource by simply clicking on the image here.
National Families Week runs from the 15th to the 21st of May. There are taking place all over the country, so to find out what’s happening in your local area, check out the program here.
HEIA Queensland has released the program for its 2013 State Conference. It takes place on the 2nd & 3rd of August, and you can find information on the keynote speakers, workshops, and registration details here.
The 7th Australian Women’s Health Conference takes place from the 7th to the 10th of May in Sydney. It will showcase cutting edge research and best practice approaches in women’s health policy and practice locally, across Australia and internationally.
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At the HEIA TAS General Meeting on World Home Economics Day on the 21st of March, the 2013 Tasmanian King & Amy O’Malley Trust scholars were presented with their awards. Congratulations to you all!
(Left to Right) Rhonda McInnes (Selection Panel Chair), Claire Fitzpatrick, Lucy Grove, Megan Crichton, Donna Frankcombe ( Selection Panel member)
Read a great interview with Stephanie Alexander in The Design Files blog:
Celebrate International Women’s Day with Half the Sky at the Melbourne Recital Centre on the 7th of March.
Watch ABC’s A Rich Legacy documentary, which focuses on the ‘eccentric and extroverted’ King O’Malley.
King O’Malley gets a special mention in this Canberra Times article about a new exhibition Canberra’s Faces: Our Suburbs and the Faces Behind the Names: