The Equal Futures Project hosts inspirational speakers aligned to improving the world, making our communities more equitable and inclusive.
We are delighted to announce the inaugural event for our Keynote Series on 6th September 2022 at NEX Newcastle.
Welcoming Grace Tame as keynote speaker.
Grace is an inspiring young Australian who has spent the last 10 years turning her traumatic experience into advocacy for survivors of child sexual assault and a leader of positive change. Her advocacy and courage are widely recognised and in 2021, she was named Australian of the Year.
Her focus is now on enabling survivors to tell their stories without shame, educating the public around the process and lasting effects of grooming and working with policy and decision-makers to ensure we have a federal system that supports the survivors, not just perpetrators.
Later this year she will release The Ninth Life of a Diamond Miner - Grace's story in her words. As with all her work, the book offers a constructive and optimistic vision for a better future for all of us.
Join us at this special, thought-provoking event. BUY TICKETS
Our 10th annual International Women's Day breakfast on 6 March 2020 featured Prof. Kerryn Phelps, AM (appearing by arrangement with Claxton Speakers International). Dr Phelps presented the keynote address to a packed auditorium of over 560 people.
Thank you to our Event Sponsor Port Waratah Coal Services.