At University (and in life), there are few skills as valuable as self-advocacy: the ability to represent yourself and your interests in any discussion or argument.
As a postgrad student, self-advocacy is often dependent on your knowledge of the University’s processes and regulations. You need to know the rules and expectations if you’re going to confidently state your position.
To that end, we’ve partnered with the Office of Student Advocacy (OSA) and the Dean of Students (Dr Jennifer Allen) to present this workshop, which covers both University processes around advocacy and evidence-based tips on self-advocacy.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable skills and insight from these foremost experts on policy and representation.