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Podcasting women in national security

22 October 2018

During this week’s ‘Women in National Security’ (WiNS) conference, the National Security College (NSC) will be running a special podcast series as part of their regular National Security Pod, bringing to you expert interviews and stakeholder voices. It will be the first daily podcast within ANU.

The sold-out conference discusses a broad range of topics, from new technologies in counter-terrorism to the future of power, with a special focus on the role of women in shaping and delivering national security policy.

The event will feature leading security experts from government and industry, such as the Hon Julie Bishop MP and the President of Women International Security, Dr Chantal de Jonge Oudraat, sharing their visions for female leadership in security policy-making.

“The podcast will delve a little deeper into the hot topics of the conference, and for those who didn’t get a ticket, it will be the best way to get a direct insight into the discussions,” Director of National Security Policy at the National Security College, Jacinta Carroll said.

The series will be presented by Chris Farnham, Gabrielle Kneipp and Edwina Landale. Starting on Tuesday, the WiNS pod will be delivered fresh to your ears every morning.

“Through this podcast, we hope to also inform the public a bit more on security issues of national concern, and give access to some of the great thinking and discussions of the conference,” Ms Carroll said.

Delegates can listen to it through the conference app. If you are not attending, you can subscribe to the National Security podcast via iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher.

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