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Event: TJ Ryan Foundation’s 5th birthday celebration

On Wednesday, 9 October 2019, the TJ Ryan Foundation held an early evening event at QUT’s Gardens Point campus to mark our fifth birthday. Themed ‘A Century of Reform across Queensland: 1919 – 2019′, the event commemorated a number of significant Queensland anniversaries this year. A panel of guest speakers examined landmark legislative and policy reforms in Queensland over the last century.

Event details can be found in the flyer linked below. Further below, you can access copies of speakers’ presentation notes from the event.

Ms Beth Mohle

Beth Mohle is Union Secretary for the Queensland Nurses & Midwives’ Union. She delivered her presentation on a century of health and nursing reform in Queensland.

Ms Zoe Rathus

Zoe Rathus AM is a lawyer and senior lecturer at Griffith University specialising in gender and the law. She delivered her presentation on a century of women and law reform in Queensland.

Hon Dr Steven Miles

Steven Miles MP is Queensland’s Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services. He delivered his presentation on a century of health and hospitals reform in Queensland.

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