Young alumni stories: Law grad challenges family violence in the North West
Sita Samtani’s interest in a human rights career has taken her to Broome, where she is helping local Indigenous communities access much-needed legal services.
Regional women the focus of new education partnershipWomen in regional WA will benefit from professional development and learning opportunities under a new partnership between Curtin University and the Rural, Regional and Remote Women’s Network of WA.
Behind the microphone: the career of an ABC sports journalist
"In journalism, your job is constantly evolving ... There are always new things to learn and new stories to delve into." Aaron Bryans is a Curtin graduate living his dream as a sports journalist.
Want to know how to build and program LEGO robots? Come and check out Robo Academy!
Annual Human Rights Lecture by Hon. Michael Kirby AC
The Curtin Annual Human Rights Lecture, established in 2016, is a key initiative of the CHRE. The inaugural lecture was delivered by Professor Gillian Triggs, Former President of the Australian Human Rights Commission. In 2017 broadcaster and academic, Waleed Aly became the second guest to deliver the lecture.
Need something to do on September 30? Come along to The Amazing Lace for Epilepsy WA fundraiser!
Join in on the fun and help the John Curtin Leadership Academy raise much needed funds for Epilepsy WA
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