Gender-based analysis

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Commentary

13 Feb 2018

Following trends on social media, ShelterSA has published this opinion piece, covering the relationship between viral movements such as #MeToo, and gender inequality and power.

Report

5 Dec 2017

Using AusPlay data collected from July 2016 to June 2017, this publication delves into the participation of Australian women and girls in sport and physical activity, and the difference between male and female patterns of behaviour.

Working paper

1 Dec 2017

The complex system of occupation and industry-specific minimum wages has the potential to close the gender wage gap by ensuring equal minimum pay for equal jobs, but it also has the potential to widen it by discriminating against jobs more commonly held by women.

Report

23 Nov 2017

This snapshot report shows there is growing evidence to support bystander actions that we can all take in our daily lives to prevent violence against women.

Report

17 Nov 2017

More employers are taking action to address pay gaps and gender imbalances that persist across the economy, according to 2016-17 workplace data released today by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA).

Strategy

1 Nov 2017

This strategy document outlines the priorities over the coming year for Australia's current Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Kate Jenkins.

Report

23 Oct 2017

Australian businesses have made significant progress in improving diversity in leadership in recent years. But, there is still much more that needs to be done.

Survey

Report

11 Oct 2017

This survey of Australian girls (aged 10 to 17 years old) offers a rare insight into how they experiences their world.

Book

5 Oct 2017

The OECD believes that there is a strong need for further policy action to close gender gaps in education, employment, entrepreneurship and public life.

Briefing paper

30 Sep 2017

Though biological factors of sex and life-stage affect women’s nutritional needs, women’s food choices and dietary practices are strongly influenced by structural, social and economic factors. This paper explores various aspects of women’s health relating to food.

Working paper

26 Sep 2017

Evidence from the U.S. that couples with daughters are more likely to divorce than couples with sons has not been found for other Western countries.

Journal article

11 Sep 2017

This article examines whether changing gun laws in Australia affected female firearm homicide victimization.

Report

7 Sep 2017

Culturally diverse female talent working in Australia are ambitious, capable, and resilient, and well positioned to contribute to their own and their organisation’s success in the 21st century.

Survey

Report

4 Sep 2017

The report outlines the results from a robust analysis of the data set on Twitter abuse against women MPs in the United Kingdom.

Working paper

29 Aug 2017

The study by researchers at Motu Economic and Public Policy found that men and women were statistically indistinguishable in how much value they add to their firms, but the average woman was paid only 84 cents for every $1 for the average man.

Literature review

22 Aug 2017

This report examines the existing limited research on women in the cyber security industry, and women in science, technology, mathematics, and engineering (STEM) and information and communication technology (ICT) to identify barriers to women’s labour market participation.

Research report

14 Aug 2017

The phenomenon of the rapidly growing cohort of American men who are out of work is not unique to the United States. Australia, it seems, has its own silent crisis in male employment.

Working paper

31 Jul 2017

This paper uses Australian tax return data and techniques from the gender pay gap literature to explore whether men in similar economic circumstances to women claim more deductions on their tax return.

Research report

26 Jul 2017

While the music industry in Australia is healthy and vibrant, women continue to be underrepresented in key roles and make up only a small proportion of those making money from their musical endeavours. As an organisation committed to redressing this situation, APRA AMCOS commissioned RMIT...

Report

17 Jul 2017

Strategies to attract more men to the teaching profession and increase the number of Indigenous teachers have been highlighted in this report