Pathways in Industry III: How Global Affairs will affect the Future of Work

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Arts Lecture Room 8, Arts 1st Floor

35 Stirling Highway

Crawley, WA 6009

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The world is increasingly uncertain. Global macro dynamics are having far-reaching effects. How will they affect you and your future?

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Ever wondered how Brexit or the US/China Trade War could impact your future? Interested in how increasingly integrated global supply chains and the rise of global superpowers will affect employment across Australian industries? Want to learn more about how AI and technological bifurcation will change the face of the labour market?

For our final Industry Pathway seminar of the year, we invite students from all disciplines to join us, as we discuss how global affairs will affect the future of work. This evening will feature a panel of world-class experts - including representatives from the Public Policy Institute and the PerthUSAsia Centre - as they deconstruct the myths surrounding recent international developments and outline the global trends and issues that soon-to-be graduates should be attentive to. Following the conclusion of the panel, there will also be an interactive Q and A component, and networking opportunities.

Our amazing speakers are:

- Professor Shamit Saggar, former advisor to the British Prime Minister and director of the UWA Public Policy Institute

- Dr. Michael Gillan Senior Lecturer at the UWA Business School and former President of the South Asian Studies Association of Australia

- Erin Watson-Lynn, Head of Programs at the PerthUSAsia Centre, former Director of Asialink Diplomacy at the University of Melbourne

- Hayley Winchcombe - co-founder and chair of the ASEAN-Australian Strategic Youth Partnership (AASYP) and former Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) Alumnus

Pathways in Industry bridges the gap between the classroom and the workplace with a series of three curated panel-style seminars, tailored to the academic, professional and research interests of our BPhil cohort and wider UWA community.

This event is FREE, but has LIMITED PLACES.

REGISTER NOW VIA THE TICKET LINK TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.

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Arts Lecture Room 8, Arts 1st Floor

35 Stirling Highway

Crawley, WA 6009

Australia

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