7th Annual Maybanke Fund Lecture 2019
April 16 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
“Work and Representation: reflections on Maybanke’s life and advocacy”
Professor Marilyn Waring CNZM
Please join us for the 7th Annual Maybanke Lecture
Tuesday, 16 April 2019
5.30pm for 6pm – 7.30pm
Barnet Long Room, Customs House
31 Alfred Street, Sydney
$40.00 (plus Booking Fee)
What were Maybanke’s hopes and expectations for changes in women’s work, and for how women might transform the processes and decisions made in the political process, once they had the vote and the right to sit in parliament?
Where is the progress, and what remain the perils for women standing for office?
In the last year Professor Waring has completed research on unpaid work, and her 1975-1984 years as an MP in the New Zealand parliament. What might she and Maybanke have to say to each other across the years?
About Marilyn Waring CNZM
Marilyn Waring is a Professor of Public Policy at Auckland University of Technology. In the years since she retired from Parliament in 1984, she has written Women, Politics and Power, Counting for Nothing, In the Lifetime of a Goat, Who Cares? The Economics of Dignity, Anticipatory Social Protection and Still Counting. As well as being translated into French, Norwegian, Japanese and Spanish, Counting for Nothing was the subject of an award-winning documentary.
Professor Waring has held fellowships at prestigious overseas universities, including Harvard, worked as a development consultant throughout Asia and the Pacific, and served on the Board of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and the Council of Creative New Zealand. In 2008 she was made a Companion in the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to women and economics.
You can read more about Professor Waring here.
Past Maybanke Lectures:
2018 Lecture – ‘Protecting Children and Empowering Women – Historic and contemporary issues of Aboriginal child removal’ by Professor Larissa Behrendt.
2017 Lecture – ‘Self-care sits at the heart of women’s suffrage’ by Elizabeth Broderick AO.
2016 Lecture – ‘Forsaking All Others: Women, Marriage, and the Struggle for Equal Citizenship’ by Helen Irving.
2015 Lecture – ‘A Crack in the Lens: Women Working for Women’ by Lucinda Brogden.
2013 Lecture – ‘From Suffragettes to CyberFems‘ by Adele Horin
About The Maybanke Fund
The Maybanke Fund honours the work of Maybanke Anderson, writer, leader, feminist, early childhood education pioneer and promoter of the rights of women and children in Australia.
The Maybanke Fund connects its community of donors with organisations working to reduce social inequality through education, women’s advocacy and social reform – causes that continue to be as important in the 21st century as they were for Maybanke in 1893.
You can make a difference by donating to The Maybanke Fund. Your donation today helps build the Fund for tomorrow and also provides the Maybanke Anderson Award for Indigenous students in Education, at Macquarie University.
Make your donation to The Maybanke Fund and help keep Maybanke’s legacy alive.