31 May 2022

After a two year break due to COVID, we are looking forward to bringing you this special in-person event in Melbourne that honours the contribution of the late Anna McPhee, DCA’s former Chair and a passionate advocate for diversity and equal opportunity.

23 Jun 2022

We will explore truth telling in the workplace, by exploring the research findings from DCA’s and Jumbunna Institute’s Gari Yala (Speak the Truth) report and drawing on the experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people's experiences of harassment and/or discrimination at work.

28 Jun 2022

As we return to COVID-normal, are we in danger of creating a two class system where those who return to face-to-face work leave behind those who continue to work virtually? At this event, we will discover how organisations can create more equitable hybrid work models.

13 Jul 2022

She’s Price(d)less is the fourth in a series of reports that uses econometric modelling applied to data from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey to unpack the factors that contribute to the gender pay gap. (Event date subject to change).

21 Jul 2022

DCA works in partnership with members to generate ground breaking diversity research that enables Australian organisations to fully leverage the benefits of a diverse talent pool. Only DCA members can access the research reports in full. Summary information only is available to the general public. DCA research is ahead of the curve, drives business improvement, is practice focused, speaks to the Australian context and considers all diversity dimensions.

26 Jul 2022

At this event, we will deep dive on a D&I leading practice case study.

16 Aug 2022

It happens to one in four pregnancies and is more likely to have an effect on a woman’s life than breast cancer and ovarian cancer. But miscarriage is rarely, if ever, discussed openly. At this event, we discover how employers can provide the best support at work for parents experiencing pregnancy loss.

25 Aug 2022

People with a disability who are also culturally diverse appear to experience less workplace inclusion and more exclusion. At this event, we will investigate the factors that contribute to this and how employers can address the barriers to create a more diverse and inclusive workplace.

07 Sep 2022

At this event, we take a look at how and why perceptions of equality and inclusion can differ so greatly between different diversity groups.

14 Sep 2022

DCA works in partnership with members to generate ground breaking diversity research that enables Australian organisations to fully leverage the benefits of a diverse talent pool. Only DCA members can access the research reports in full. Summary information only is available to the general public. DCA research is ahead of the curve, drives business improvement, is practice focused, speaks to the Australian context and considers all diversity dimensions.

29 Sep 2022

At this event, we will hear about the latest Closing the Gap report, drilling down on progress to increase the proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in work.

13 Oct 2022

At this event, we will discover how to improve managers' understanding of common mental health issues in the workplace and build their skills to support staff experiencing a mental health condition.

20 Oct 2022

DCA has joined forces with JobsBank to launch inclusive recruitment guidelines that identify evidence-based actions employers can take to effectively diversify who and how they hire.

02 Nov 2022

At this event, we will deep dive on a D&I leading practice case study

30 Nov 2022

At this event, we investigate the workplace participation of older women and how we can better harness their skills and talents.

08 Dec 2022

Are Australian businesses learning the lessons from COVID-19 and doing more to build accessible and inclusive workplaces for people with disability?

Following the International Day of People with Disability, this event will look at the inclusion experiences of people with disability, and what more can be done to build inclusive workplaces as well as attract, retain and progress employees with disability.