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Supporting diversity at Mardi Gras 2020

Supporting diversity at Mardi Gras 2020

“In Australia, LGBTQIA+ engineers are often asked, “why do you need to be out at work?” It’s not so much of being out, it’s more that I like to be transparent about who I am.“  – Tana Tan Dr Tana Tan is half Thai, half Malaysian, fully engineer, and fully gay...
Why EWB Australia’s professional training is unique

Why EWB Australia’s professional training is unique

Do you feel frustrated with wanting to influence change and have an impactful career but don’t know how? EWB Training Programs guide professionals, like you, who want to use their work as a tool for positive impact by expanding your understanding of emerging global...
Wetlands sanitation on the Tonle Sap Lake

Wetlands sanitation on the Tonle Sap Lake

World Wetlands Day (2nd February) raises global awareness about the importance of wetlands and the need to restore, conserve and promote sustainable use. The day was founded by the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands in 1971, where contracting nations commit to identifying...

Climate change event – Speaker: Katrina Swalwell

  Guest speaker at “Beyond keep cups and solar panels: Reimagining the role of the technical sector in the face of climate change” – Thursday 13th February, 2020, Melbourne. Dr. Katrina Swalwell is an engineer with over 20 years experience in wind energy from...

Climate change event – Speaker: Alice Greenhill

Guest speaker at “Beyond keep cups and solar panels: Reimagining the role of the technical sector in the face of climate change” – Thursday 13th February, 2020, Melbourne. Alice’s values has been the driving force behind her passion for systemic change for the...