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Inclusion Directory Network
The new Inclusion Directory Network is the only comprehensive directory of D&I service providers in Australia
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Inclusion@Work Member Index
Participate in the next Inclusion@Work Member Index, register your interest now.
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.
Australia is at a turning point in the national conversation about sexual harassment and gender inequality. To make sure these conversations turn into action, we are now asking Australian CEOs to stand with us – as leaders and members of DCA – and pledge two simple steps.
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)
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
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.