JHC Social Club: Lillian Kline

JHC Social Club Guest Speaker: Lillian Kline, Social justice advocate, facilitator, mentor - Small Giants (Australia) will give a lecture on “A Perspective of the Complex Situation in the Middle East from afar”.

Lillian is a passionate social justice warrior and mother of four. She was the inaugural Director of the Pathways to Politics Program for Women at Melbourne University and currently works with Small Giants, an organisation that creates, supports, and empowers businesses that have a positive impact on the world. She was the former Development Director at Stand Up, a Jewish social justice organisation.

Over the last 15 years Lillian has held roles in private legal practice, government and the arts. She has consulted widely in the areas of development and strategy within the for purpose sector.

Lillian is a skilled and passionate mentor and facilitator. She studied at Monash University, holds bachelor degrees in both law and business management, as well as a Masters in Human Rights Law. Lillian, who has lectured in the areas of communications law and Middle East conflict, is currently on the Board of the Castan Centre for Human Rights at Monash University, is an Advisory Board Member for the Susan Wakil Fellowship with AUJS, and Board Member of the Fouress Foundation.

 

Event Details

  • Event Date: Thursday 6 April
  • Time: 11.15am
  • Event Type: Public Lecture
  • Venue: Jewish Holocaust Centre
  • Venue Address: 13-15 Selwyn St
    Elsternwick 3185
  • Cost: By Donaton
  • Bookings & Enquiries: Enquiries: Barbara Sacks on 0404 224 498 or barbaras9@bigpond.com
    Office: 9528 1985 or admin@jhc.org.au