The document provides data on the diversity of representation across New Zealand state sector boards and committees, with a specific focus on gender, Māori and ethnic diversity.
Fact Check Analysis: As International Women's Day rolls around again, what's changed for women in Australia?
Since International Women's Day in 2018, RMIT ABC Fact Check has investigated a slew of claims relating to women and their place in Australian society and politics. This article summarises the findings.
This paper examines the progress of gender equality initiatives in three Australian Public Service (APS) agencies.
The findings presented in this report highlight the experiences and identify strategies and mechanisms to help ensure that gender does not prevent talent from rising to the top jobs in the fundraising sector.
This report is an analysis of initiatives to improve gender diversity in companies. It examines innovative policies to recruit and retain talent across genders. Gender diversity is a significant issue of risk management for boards and for companies.
This publication outlines evidence on over 60 different statistical indicators of gender inequality in Australia, organised into 18 different subject groupings. It paints a composite picture of how women are blocked from full participation in work and economic activity, experience greater precarity in employment, are...
This report’s review of the Beijing Platform for Action draws on the most comprehensive and participatory stock-taking exercise ever undertaken on women’s rights, to which 170 countries contributed. It highlights gaps and opportunities and proposes effective solutions.
This plan provides a framework for coordinated action by the Western Australian government, business, organisations and individuals, with practical steps to advance gender equality over the next ten years.
This report tracks the life cycle of Australian women, from early childhood, through education, employment, unpaid work, parenting and care, to retirement and old age, and identifies the points at which they fall behind men, in terms of their social and economic power.