Women in Industrial Relations Interest Group

IRSV Women in Sport

2017 WIRIG Event - Women in Sport

Industrial relations has featured heavily in sports in 2017.  Please join us at the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre on Wednesday 13 September from 5:30pm to 7:30pm for refreshments and to hear from the following speakers:

  • Jodie Fields
    Manager of Female Cricket Operations and Membership at the Australian Cricketers’ Association 
    Former Captain of the Australian Women’s Cricket Team          
  • Melissa Barbieri
    Head Coach of the Heidelberg United Women’s Soccer Team 
    Former Captain of the Australian Women’s Soccer Team, the Matildas
     
  • Moana Hope 
    Collingwood AFLW marquee player 

Each speaker will also participate in a panel discussion which will be open to attendees to ask questions. The panel discussion will provide the opportunity for IRSV members to directly engage with our speakers about industrial relations issues in women’s sport.

We look forward to you joining us at our Women in Industrial Relations event.

Date: Wednesday 13 September 2017

Time: 5:30pm to 7:30pm
There will be canapés and beverages served from 5:30pm.
Formal proceedings will commence at 6:00pm.

Venue: Queen Victoria Women’s Centre, Victoria Room, Level 4, 210 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Tickets: 
Members: $60 per person including GST
Students and retired members: $45 per person including GST
Non-members: $75 per person including GST


10% discount for purchases of 10 tickets or more in one transaction.

Tickets include all canapés and beverages.

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To book tickets please visit: http://www.cvent.com/…/event-summary-fd4afc8c55624776a2fa1e…

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RSVP: Monday 11 September 2017

 

For any troubles booking tickets please contact us at irsv@alphalink.com.au or on (03) 9614 7545

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In 1997 the Society determined that it needed to encourage more women members to the Society. Whilst the female membership was not low, the participation rate was less than expected given the number of members. The Women in Industrial Relations Interest Group (WIRIG) was formed to encourage female participation.

WIRIG is a Committee of the IRSV. It exists as an initiative of the IRSV to provide an opportunity for women members of the IRSV to network and attend functions which focus on the needs and interest of the women participants in WIRIG. 

WIRIG has been successful in bringing together women from a range of industries and workplaces via informal and formal functions. Those involved believe that the variety of venues and styles of presentations have contributed to the successful forums for networking opportunities.

In June 2012 the Society 'relaunched' WIRIG.  Stay tuned for more relevant events.

For further information, please contact 03 9614 7545 or irsv@alphalink.com.au