Criminal Lawyers Parramatta Blacktown Sydney – News
Australian Criminal Law Group partner Deng Adut appeared as a headline speaker at the Women’s Weekly Australian Women of the Future Awards on 28 May 2018.
His address at the Awards will discuss practical tools, case studies and things to do right now within organisations to drive diversity, equality and inclusion.
The Women of the Future campaign celebrates women making a difference to Australia’s future across a variety of industries.
Now in its 6th year, the 2018 Women of the Future awards will once again recognise women aged 18-35 with a business, innovation or charity idea, competing for an overall prize pool of $200,000.
This year’s award categories are Innovation and Technology, Entrepreneur and Business, and Community Health and Charity.
The 2018 judging panel includes returning judges The Hon. Julie Bishop; MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ita Buttrose, Lisa Wilkinson and The Australian Women’s Weekly Editor in Chief Nicole Byers.
As well as new judges Tanya Plibersek, Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Shadow Minister for Education and Training Shadow Minister for Women, Lisa Harrington; Executive General Manager, Stakeholder Relations, AGL and Ronni Kahn; founder and CEO, OzHarvest Australia.
Australian Women’s Weekly editor in chief Nicole Byers said, “We couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with AGL on the Women of the Future initiative.
“These awards showcase The Weekly’s long-standing engagement to support and promote the leaders of tomorrow, and with AGL’s work to create a future of equality, the partnership makes perfect sense. We’re also very pleased to welcome Tanya, Lisa and Ronni to the judging panel.”
Nominations for The Australian Women’s Weekly’s Women of the Future Awards were announced in the June 2018 issue.