At this Diversity Leadership Program event you can join us to look at what 'reverse discrimination' is why it comes up, and how to work constructively with this concept.
At this Diversity Leadership Program, we looked at DCA’s new Counting Culture guide to show how organisations can map the cultural diversity of its workforce .
DCA was delighted to provide our Perth-based members with insights on DCA’s ground breaking-research on Myth Busting on Sexual Harassment.
DCA was delighted to provide our Perth-based members with insights on DCA’s ground breaking-research on Change At Work.
DCA was pleased to invite our Canberra-based members to join CEO Lisa Annese for a special briefing on our latest D&I research, Myth Busting Sexual Harassment at Work and Change at Work.
In partnership with KPMG and WGEA, DCA was delighted to invite membes and guests to a special event to launch the third in our important series of research reports on the drivers of the gender pay gap.
At this Building Workplace Capability for Indigenous Australia Network event, we discussed how workplaces can champion aspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women leaders.
DCA is delighted to offer our Perth based organisations the opportunity to participate in our new Out at Work Knowledge Program which is designed to assist workplaces to become more inclusive of LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and other terms that people identify with) employees.
DCA Chair David Morrison AO and CEO Lisa Annese presented DCA’s work on myth-busting sexual harassment at work in Brisbane.
How effective are D&I initiatives in achieving change? We found out at the launch of Change At Work.
At this event we explored how to improve knowledge of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultures in your workplace as a foundation for effective RAPs. DCA also launched its very own Reflect RAP.
At this Gender Equality Network, we looked at how workplaces can respond to and help prevent domestic violence.
At this Diversity Leadership Program event hosted by Twitter in Sydney, we discussed how inclusion should be a key factor in the development and use of technologies.
DCA is delighted to offer our Brisbane based organisations the opportunity to participate in our new Out at Work Knowledge Program which is designed to assist workplaces to become more inclusive of LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and other terms that people identify with) employees.
This year's Anna McPhee Memorial Oration on Diversity and Inclusion was delivered by Retired Justice of the High Court of Australia, The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG, who asked: ‘Has the time at last come for Australia to embrace a national Bill of Rights?’
In this webinar, Dr Jane O'Leary and Polity's Darryl Nelson outlined the process and answered questions from members about participating in our next Inclusion@ YourWork Index.
At this Diversity Leadership Program, we looked at how Australian employers can understand and include the talents and capabilities of neurodiverse people.
At this Gender Equality Network event, we explored social attitudes to gender in Australia.
DCA is very proud to partner with UTS Jumbunna Research to launch its world first Indigenous People and Work Research and Practice Hub.
At this Gender Equality Network, we heard the latest on what's leading practice in parental leave.