This report outlines the Australian government’s performance against its gender diversity target. The government is committed to a target of women holding 50 per cent of government board positions overall, and men and women each holding at least 40 per cent of positions on individual...
Now in its fourth year, the CEW Census tracks the annual progress of female representation in the Executive Leadership Teams (ELTs) of Australia’s biggest public companies. This year's report finds that progress in the number of women reaching senior leadership positions in ASX200 companies has...
Issues relating to the economic security for all Australian women – a white paper (June 2018) update
This white paper focuses on the latest data and research, with a focus on the key issues in gender financial equality. It has revamped and updated where necessary the recommendations from the 2018 white paper that attempted to set a framework for greater economic security...
This white paper brings together research and analysis of specific issues that feed into the overarching issues of economic and financial security for women.
The 2020 Gender Equity Insights report, the fifth report in this series, shows that more women at the top proves better for business. Profitability, performance and productivity increase under female leadership.
The main motivation of this paper is to assess whether gender-related persistence in job flexibility outcomes, as measured by work hours and commuting distance, prevents further closing of gender gaps.
Fact Check: Has equality for Australian women relative to the world fallen in the last six or eight years?
Gillian Triggs, former president of the Australian Human Rights Commission, has warned that equality for Australian women has worsened dramatically since the beginning of the decade.
This report is prepared annually by the Australian government Office for Women, and reports on the government’s performance against its gender diversity target.
Drawing on international and New Zealand research, the report identifies a range of possible determinants, mechanisms and indicators that could inform future gender analysis and policy reforms aimed at eliminating the gender pension gap.