• Inclusion
  • Diversity
  • Equity
  • Action
  • Leadership

About IDEAL Society

Inclusion Diversity Equity Action Leadership

We are a global, intergenerational network of policy makers, thinkers, innovators, educators, entrepreneurs, implementers, and catalysts from diverse disciplines and backgrounds who have come together to pursue one vision:

To transform society so that both women and men can pursue their dreams, fulfill their potential, exercise leadership, and be respected for their achievements.

Hala Zreiqat, Founder

Hala Zreiqat

I would like to take this opportunity as this website goes live to acknowledge the support and sponsorship I have received during the establishment of the IDEAL Society network. None of this would have been possible without the support of The University of Sydney and Harvard University.
 

Contact Us

If you'd like to receive further information on upcoming events, how to get involved, or how to become a member, we'd love to hear from you!
 
Feel free to send us an email at idealsocietyharvard@gmail.com
 
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Latest News

BIO & Beyond

January 28, 2020
Bio and Beyond
 
As part of NSW Women's Week 2020, the University of Sydney and Women NSW are hosting an exciting event for high school students to learn about cutting-edge bioengineering innovations that seek to solve problems in human health and the environment. Four teams from Sydney Girls High School and Presbyterian Ladies' College Sydney will present their designs for the future. Attendees will also hear about how they can get involved in the 2020 Sydney University Bioengineering Outreach Challenge.
 
When and where:
Monday, March 2 2020
9:30am - 3:00pm
The University of Sydney
 
Who can get involved?
High school students in Years 10-12 are invited to participate as audience members.
 
How can I join?
Register your school by emailing Shannon Bishop (Women NSW): shannon.bishop@facs.nsw.au.
RSVPs are essential by February 14, 2020 with limited places.
Morning tea and lunch will be provided for all attendees.
School Excursions Risk Assessment: 
 
See you there!

NSW Women's Week 2020

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