#InclusionAtWorkWeek (14-18 November 2022) is DCA’s inaugural week-long celebration of diversity and inclusion in Australian workplaces. Sign up now www.dca.org.au/inclusionatworkweek.

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Introducing Inclusion At Work Week 2022

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Find out more about #InclusionAtWorkWeek and how to get involved. Go to: www.dca.org.au/inclusionatworkweek

Racism at Work: How Organisations Can Stand Up to and End Workplace Racism

Racism at Work

DCA partnered with sponsors, ARUP, Diageo, IKEA Australia, QBE, and Relationships Australia NSW, to create Racism at Work, an evidence-based organisational framework for anti-racism action to help Australian businesses effectively address racism.
Inclusion@Work Index 2021-2022 - Australian business case for inclusion

[email protected] Index 2021-2022

The 2021-2022 [email protected] Index maps the state of inclusion in Australian organisations and provides the Australian business case for inclusion.

Counting Culture 2021

New research from Diversity Council Australia (DCA) and the University of Sydney Business School has developed a standardised approach for defining, measuring, and reporting on workforce cultural diversity in a respectful, accurate and inclusive way.
D&I 101: Collecting a Diversity Survey

D&I 101: Collecting Diversity Data

Whether you are looking at collecting diversity data from scratch or updating your existing data, DCA’s updated D&I 101: Collecting Diversity Data guide outlines the leading principles for undertaking respectful and inclusive diversity data collection in order to obtain genuine, meaningful data.

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Gari Yala (Speak the Truth): Centreing the experiences of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Australians at work

Gari Yala (Speak the Truth)

New research from the Jumbunna Institute of Indigenous Education and Research and Diversity Council Australia is speaking truth to Australian employers about the experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff.
Class at Work: Does class matter in the land of the 'fair go'?

Class at Work

New research from Diversity Council Australia (DCA), has found strong evidence that people from self-identified lower classes experience more exclusion, discrimination and harassment at work than people from higher classes.