CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: Women's Forum Follow Up - Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Danny Chifley, 8th October 2018
Each year at the CBAA Conference, we hold the Women's forum, an opportunity for community broadcasters who identify as part of this group to get together to discuss the issues that are important to them.

Following on from the Women's Forum at the 2018 CBAA Conference, this webinar will provide a platform for women and gender diverse delegates and those unable to make the conference to continue the discussion.

Join in this session to have your say, share your experiences and network.

Hosted by CBAA's Women's Representative, Emma Hart Emma Hart

Emma began making radio in 2014 on 3CR Community Radio's Tuesday Breakfast Current Affairs Show, a show produced and presented solely by women and gender non-conforming people.

While balancing radio with a job upholding workers’ rights and her commitments as an active musician, Emma fell in love with community radio as a vibrant and resilient media form where communities control their own stories.

She now works as Interviews Coordinator at PBS106.7FM, and serves as a Director on 3CR’s Committee of Management. She delivers radio training at 3CR and is a producer for Women on the Line, a national feminist current affairs show which has been broadcasting from 3CR since 1986.

Emma is also a producer for Sweet Dreams, a weekly DIY music show on 3CR which focuses on the music of women, gender non-conforming and queer people, and looks forward to bringing her experience pushing for fair representation in a community radio context to her new role.

The 2018 CBAA Conference Women's Forum Agenda is available here.


This webinar was held at 6:30pm (AEST) Wednesday, 28 November 2018

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Women/GNC and Youth Forums at the CBAA Conference.


*Past webinar*

Our webinar will provide information for individuals who may be interested in nominating for the position of Women’s Representative as well as providing an opportunity for women and gender non-conforming people in the sector to get together to discuss the challenges they face and how their work can collectively help create a more positive future for community radio.


Feminist organising has defined Emma's experiences in community broadcasting.