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Seminars: Children & the Sexualised Media
Added on Wednesday, July 22, 2009 Australian Council on Children and the Media, in alliance with Kids Free 2B Kids, presents two Melbourne seminars:

Bratz, Britney and Bralettes: the sexualisation of childhood. Monday 3 August 2009.

Speakers are Steve Biddulph, author and family psychologist; Julie Gale, founding director of Kids Free 2B Kids; and Maggie Hamilton, author of What's Happening to Our Girls? The evening will be chaired by Dr Michael Carr-Gregg.

Children and Sexualised Media: Risks, reviews and regulation. Tuesday 4 August 2009.

Speakers include Lyn Allison, former senator, key member of Senate Inquiry; Steve Biddulph, family psychologist and author; Julie Gale, Kids Free 2B Kids; Scott McClellan, Australian Association of National Advertisers; Dr Emma Rush, author and academic at Charles Sturt University; and Hon Alistair Nicholson AO, former Chief Justice of the Family Court.

Steve Biddulph, Julie Gale and Dr Emma Rush are all contributors to Spinifex Press's upcoming book Getting Real: Challenging the Sexualisation of Girls .

For further information on the seminars, or to make a booking, visit the Young Media website .

Author Page(s) Melinda Tankard Reist

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