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A Woman's Place is in the War

Thursday, 13 September 2018
Event Location
R1 Theaterette Russell Offices, Canberra

Lieutenant Colonel Melanie Lenaghan has been at the forefront of operational roles in information operations and advising on the impact of war on women and children to ADF and coalition senior leaders during recent conflicts.

This thought-provoking presentation on the impact of war on women and children, in particular in Iraq, provides valuable insight into how military operations impact on non-combatants and combatants alike in ways that are often not obvious to planners.

A Woman's Place is in the War Pt 1
A Woman's Place is in the War Pt 2
A Woman's Place is in the War Pt 3

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