Past and upcoming events

Hope Project
May 16 6pm
National Film and Sound Archive

RESILIENCE – The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope – Second Screening

Second screening and panel discussion of 'RESILIENCE - The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope'. Panel members: - Kate Seselja - Bree Winchester - Zack Bryers Hosted by Sheena Ireland
Hope Project
May 3 6pm
The University of Sydney, Charles Perkins Centre Lecture Theatre (Auditorium), Building D17

RESILIENCE – The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope – Exclusive Sydney Premiere & Panel Discussion

Second screening and panel discussion of 'RESILIENCE - The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope'. Panel members: - Kate Seselja - Talitha Cummins - Maz Comption Hosted by Sheena Ireland
Hope Project
Apr 11 6pm
National Film and Sound Archive Organiser and Panel member

RESILIENCE – The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope.

Premiere screening and panel discussion of 'RESILIENCE - The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope'. Panel members: - Kate Seselja - Bree Winchester - Zack Bryers - Brendan Maher Hosted by Sheena Ireland
Sep 16 9:00am
Canberra Theatre Speaker

TEDxCanberra

Kate Seselja is a voice in the darkness for people struggling in isolation. She’s on a mission to change the way society judges and stigmatises our struggles. She has recently partnered with the UN Association of Australia in support of the UN Sustainability Goals.
Aug 30 10:00am
Welshpool Business Station, WA Speaker

Vulnerable Conversations

Vulnerable Conversations with Kate Seselja is an opportunity to have the difficult conversations around addiction and addictive behaviour, that will help build meaningful, supportive relationships with those you love.
Jun 5 5:30pm
Vibe Hotel, Canberra Panelist

Ask Kate That!

Canberra Wise Women are honored to be hosting a screening of the Gambling episode of You Can't Ask That - featuring Kate. After the screening we will hold a panel discussion chaired by Lish Fejer of ABC Canberra. The panel will feature Kate Seselja, Professor Laurie Graham and another former Canberra gambler. These women are determined to create change in our local Canberra community in regards to gambling and poker machine access. Relationships Australia will also speak about the services and support they offer.
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