Join the One Woman Project as they facilitate a panel discussion of diverse students sharing their lived experience of breaking the bias!

We are better than the bias that society puts on us!

This international Women's Day, come and hear from your peers as they discuss how they have experienced bias and discrimination and how we as a community can do better and continue to #BreakTheBias.

Continue to network with your peers over nibbles after the discussion.

This event is open to ALL students and staff.

Event Details:

When: Tuesday 22 March, 2022

Time: 11am-12pm Panel Discussion

12pm-1pm Nibbles and Networking

Location: Global Change Institute (building 20)

More about the One Woman Project:

The One Woman Project are an Australian based feminist organisation which has reached almost 40,000 individuals through our educational seminars, workshops and events since 2013. We believe that the first step to ending global gender inequity is to educate and upskill our young people to tackle it in their own local, national and international communities.


Meet the Facilitator:

Radhika Peddibhotla

National Director of Education and Curriculum at the One Woman Project

I’m a 5th year Law/Economics student at the University of Queensland and have been volunteering with the One Woman Project since 2019. I’m also the 2022 Treasurer of the UQ Union! I’m particularly passionate about breaking down conventional stereotypes about success and happiness and looking at how community-oriented living benefits women and minorities.

*This event is hosted by the UQ Health Promotion Team: UQ Respect, UQ Wellbeing & UQ Mental Health.

About UQ Wellbeing

UQ Wellbeing is a Health Promotion Project for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities. It is a new initiative that stems from the goals of UQ's Student life Plan 2018 - 2021. The project aims to increase the overall health and wellbeing of students from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds by working in partnership with students. We create regular events, activities and workshops.


St Lucia campus
Global Change Institute, Building 20