Adopting an intersectional approach to gender equality helps us understand how other diversity dimensions can overlap with gender to compound disadvantage and discrimination.
At this event, DCA discussed the findings of our Out at Work research and explored the challenges and opportunities for greater LGBTIQ+ inclusion.
What are the experiences of Australian workers when it comes to inclusion? DCA launched the second Inclusion at Work Index which maps and tracks inclusion in Australian workplaces.
DCA is delighted to offer members in Sydney an opportunity to participate in an open presentation of our Out at Work Knowledge Program. This workshop is designed to assist key personnel to lead their workplaces to become more inclusive of LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and other terms that people identify with) employees.
DCA is delighted to offer members in Melbourne an opportunity to participate in an open presentation of our Out at Work Knowledge Program. This workshop is designed to assist key personnel to lead their workplaces to become more inclusive of LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and other terms that people identify with) employees.
At this Diversity Leadership Program event we looked at what 'reverse discrimination' is why it comes up, and how to work constructively with this concept.
The findings of latest research will be presented live in Perth.
In partnership with RMIT, the Star Observer, Deloitte and QBE, DCA has conducted a study that seeks to better understand why LGBTIQ+ workers share or conceal their sexual orientation, gender identity or intersex variation at work, and how employers can create safe and inclusive workplace environments where LGBTIQ+ people can be themselves at work.
At DCA’s next Diversity in the Legal Profession Network, we will look at what it’s like to be LGBTIQ+ when working in the law.
At the next DCA Diversity Leadership Program event, we will have a conversation about what it would take to create more inclusive workplaces so that more out LGBTIQ+ people can fill leadership positions in corporate Australia.
Many of us carry unearned advantages over others that we may not even be aware of. These advantages can come from our abilities, age, cultural background, gender identity, physical appearance, sexual orientation or socio-economic status, to name a few.
Diversity Council Australia is delighted to invite members within the legal sector to attend the next meeting of DCA’s Diversity in the Legal Profession Network. Exclusively for DCA members, this meeting will focus on LGBTI inclusion in the Legal Sector.