28 Sep 2021

Australia has much to learn from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and workplaces are no exception. At this event we will explore personal experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and truths from both a historical and modern perspective and how these untold truths can become barriers for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the workplace.

06 Oct 2021

Australia does not have a nationally legislated 'shared parental leave' approach and, as such, fathers are often labelled as 'secondary carers' - and many Australian organisations provide limited parental leave allowance for secondary carers, if any at all.

14 Oct 2021

Chronic illness is often characterised as invisible disability and an intensely personal experience often misunderstood at a societal level. At DCA’s next Diversity Leadership Program event we will look at chronic health illness conditions and the impact that chronic illness has on disability, diversity and inclusion, mental health and discrimination with the workplace.

26 Oct 2021

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are underrepresented in the Australian workforce and not much is known about the experiences these women have inside the workplace that may be driving gender differences in Indigenous employment. In 2020 the Gari Yala project documented the workplace experiences and recommendations of over 1,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers.

This follow-up report looks at the results from this survey through a gendered lens providing a deeper understanding of the intersection of gender and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identity in the workplace.

09 Nov 2021

This webinar aims to provide DCA members who participated in the Inclusion@Work DCA Member Index with guidance on how they can best use and understand their datasets.

24 Nov 2021

Statistics show that women experience some mental health conditions at higher rates than men, such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, PTSD and self-harm. In contrast, men are more likely to suicide. At our next Mental Health Network, we take a look at the evidence and how workplaces can adopt gender lens in their approaches to mental health.

09 Dec 2021

What are the experiences of Australian workers when it comes to inclusion? DCA will launch the third Inclusion at Work Index which maps and tracks inclusion in Australian workplaces.

14 Dec 2021

We invite DCA Key contacts to share lessons learned, and hear about upcoming research and initiatives, member triumphs, and DCA’s vision for what's in store for 2022. The session will conclude with an interactive member Q&A session.

16 Dec 2021

We invite DCA Key contacts to share lessons learned, and hear about upcoming research and initiatives, member triumphs, and DCA’s vision for what's in store for 2022. The session will conclude with an interactive member Q&A session.