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Hazell Maxwell

University of Tasmania
Australia
Hazel Maxwell is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Health and Medicine at the University of Tasmania (Sydney campus). She has extensive experience in health promotion and sport management in not-for-profit and Government sectors in both Australian and UK. Her research and teaching focuses on equity, social inclusion, and diversity. She works with groups such as women in sport, Indigenous groups, people with disabilities and migrants to tackle social exclusion She is a member of several editorial and management boards and writes and reviews for journals in the health and sport equity space.
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Sessions

  • Social Change
    Social Change
    Sport And Indigenous Women
    Study the sporting practices in relation to Indigenous women and girls in colonised countries.

    The presentation includes four case studies with a focus on two colonised countries: Australia and Canada.

    Session Title: Sport and indigenous women in Canada and Australia

    Hybrid session
    10:30am - 11:15am
    Social Change

    The presentation includes four case studies with a focus on two colonised countries: Australia and Canada.

    Session Title: Sport and indigenous women in Canada and Australia

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Indigeneity
    visibility & voice

    The presentation includes four case studies with a focus on two colonised countries: Australia and Canada.

    Session Title: Sport and indigenous women in Canada and Australia

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Indigeneity
  • Visibility and Voice
    Visibility and Voice
    Indigenous Women as Sport Role Models
    Examine the contribution sport has on indigenous women and how it enables them to be sports role models (SRM).

    Emerging research suggests that indigenous women's voices are amplified, even beyond their sporting careers. Learn more about the types of actions, and ways SRMs influence their society and the unique experiences indigenous women in Australia have.

    Session Title: Indigenous Australian sportswomen: Visible and inspirational sport role models

    Virtual session
    Visibility and Voice

    Emerging research suggests that indigenous women's voices are amplified, even beyond their sporting careers. Learn more about the types of actions, and ways SRMs influence their society and the unique experiences indigenous women in Australia have.

    Session Title: Indigenous Australian sportswomen: Visible and inspirational sport role models

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Integrity
    visibility & voice

    Emerging research suggests that indigenous women's voices are amplified, even beyond their sporting careers. Learn more about the types of actions, and ways SRMs influence their society and the unique experiences indigenous women in Australia have.

    Session Title: Indigenous Australian sportswomen: Visible and inspirational sport role models

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Integrity

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