A special Gender Reporting Network meeting: On the couch with Elizabeth Broderick

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03 Aug 2015

At DCA's next Gender Reporting Network, DCA members will have the opportunity to hear from Australia's longest serving Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick.

We invite DCA members to attend a special event to hear Australia's longest serving Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick, speak about her experiences of serving at the Australian Human Rights Commission since 2007.

During her term, she has been committed to improving gender equality through advocacy in preventing violence against women, improving lifetime economic security for women, balancing paid work and unpaid caring responsibilities, promoting women’s representation in leadership and strengthening gender equality laws and agencies.

Elizabeth has been a key advocate for Australia’s national paid parental leave scheme and domestic violence reform. She has also championed the changes to the ASX Corporate Governance Principles to increase the number of women at decision making levels.

As her seven year term at the Commission comes to an end, DCA's Chief Executive Officer, Lisa Annese, takes this opportunity to thank Elizabeth for her contributions and to reflect on the progress of workplace gender equality. 

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