Our second webinar, Addressing Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace with Kim Tran, Director, Policy and Governance at Live Performance Australia, will take place this coming Wednesday, August 8 at 11am AEST.
The arts sector is one where women represent the majority of consumers and participants. We need to ensure that our workplaces are safe, respectful, inclusive and flexible.
The code of practice has been prepared to support the prevention of workplace discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and bullying in the live performance industry. Throughout this code, we explore lit’s purpose in the workplace, legal framework and obligations, preventing and responding to incidents, and best practise templates and resources
This presentation will be followed by a time for questions and discussion.
It is free to join in the webinar series, and to join the Regional Arts Network itself – be kept up-to-date with news and events in the arts world.
The 2018 Regional Arts Network Webinar series, from Regional Arts Australia has been developed to be thought-provoking and practical, and we encourage everyone to contribute to the discussions at the webinar. The webinar series will focus on building stronger networks and engagement; addressing bullying and harassment in the workplace; increasing social media skills; and provide an introduction to the new Regional Engagement Guidelines, to be launched later this year.
We also have scheduled for you another two great webinars this year – you can register for these now below:
Webinar 3 –
Wednesday 12 September at 11am AEST
Social Media Basics with Erika McInerney, Director, Mac & Ernie Social Media Training and artist Helen McCullagh.
Webinar 4 –
Wednesday 7 November at 11am AEST
Introducing the Regional Engagement Guidelines with Rod Ainsworth and Natalie Fisher, Regional Engagement Guidelines Development Team.