SEGi College Sarawak Champions Gender Equality and Social Justice in Transformative Event

SEGi College Sarawak recently hosted a transformative event that delved into the crucial topics of gender equality and reducing inequalities. The Theatrette buzzed with energy as students and Faculty of Law academics congregated to gain profound insights from esteemed guest speakers from the University of Hertfordshire’s Schools of Law and Education.

The event kicked off with Elizabeth Kirkbride, Associate Dean of the Schools of Law and Education at the University of Hertfordshire, captivating the audience with her illuminating discourse on the strides taken towards gender equality in the United Kingdom. Her authoritative presentation highlighted the significance of legislative measures such as the Gender Equality Act 2010 in fostering a more inclusive society.

Following Kirkbride’s impactful address, the audience was treated to a masterclass by Morola Hayden, a distinguished Barrister and lecturer from the University of Hertfordshire, who unravelled the complexities of immigration and asylum law in the UK. Her expertise shed light on the challenges faced by individuals navigating immigration policies, underscoring the importance of equitable treatment for all.

The event not only provided a platform for enriching discussions but also underscored SEGi’s commitment to nurturing well-rounded individuals equipped to address global challenges. Humaira Hossain, Secretary of the SEGi Moot and Law Society, infused the proceedings with grace and efficiency, ensuring a seamless experience for all attendees.

By fostering dialogues on pressing issues and championing inclusivity, SEGi College Sarawak Main Campus continues to set the bar high for academic excellence and social engagement. Through collaborative efforts and a dedication to realising the Sustainable Development Goals, SEGi reaffirms its position as a beacon of learning and advocacy in the pursuit of a fairer, more equitable world.

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