The University of Melbourne invites experts in housing, aged care and equity to to attend a half-day workshop on older women and affordable housing.
The sixth and final month of the Parlour Reading Room explores existing and emerging methods for practicing intersectional feminism within built environment professions. Speakers are Hélène Frichot, Jane Rendell and Torange Khonsari.
Parlour had an extremely busy, productive year in 2021, with the launch of several exciting new programs and a strong focus on supporting the ever-growing Parlour community.
An open and transparent flexible work policy is critical to fostering an effective, collaborative and healthy workplace, where meaningful and rewarding career opportunities are available to all.
How does flexibility work in practice, what are the benefits and challenges, what is its impact on equity, what is the business case for change?
Please join Parlour, AWS and Women, Work, Wisdom for the 2022 Perth Autumn Salon with Michelle Blakeley and Leonie Matthews. See you at Brickworks on 26 May.
Please join Parlour and AWS for the 2022 Sydney Autumn Salon, with Kathlyn Loseby and Monica Edwards, hosted by BVN.
Join Parlour, the ACA and the Champions of Change Architecture Group for an online discussion about the what, why and how of flexibility – with CPD.
Susan Holden and Kirsty Volz interview Qld Govt Architect Leah Lang about non-traditional career directions and the changing role of architects in the public service.
The National Trust of Australia (Victoria) invites all practitioners providing heritage services in Victoria to join the new Heritage Services Directory.