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. And trans and gender diverse people can experience very high levels of psychological distress and are significantly more likely to attempt suicide.
At this Gender Equality Network we will look at the uptake of parental leave by men, why it’s important for gender equality and how employers can make it easier for men to participate.
Workplace sexual harassment is not inevitable, it is not acceptable but it is preventable.
Technological developments and the use of artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the way we work – and even how we recruit people.
NGO CSW/NY facilitates a platform for the voices and leadership of feminists and women's rights organisations globally who lobby for their inclusion in the UN deliberations in pursuit of gender equality.
Affordable and accessible childcare/early childhood education is a key enabler for women's workforce participation, and yet many women and families struggle with the cost and finding vacancies to suit their needs. What’s more, early childhood educators, most of whom are women, are amongst some of the lowest paid in the country. So what can be done to improve the system for children and their families as well as for workers?
This Webinar investigates what it means to be a man today and looks at how workplaces can actively model respect.
The notion of Australia being the land of the ‘fair go’ is deeply ingrained in Australia’s national psyche, but do we really all have the same opportunities? Does class make a difference to workplace inclusion?
Adopting an intersectional approach to gender equality helps us understand how other diversity dimensions can overlap with gender to compound disadvantage and discrimination.
Post COVID-19, many workplaces are thinking about how they are going to organise and structure their work practices moving forward. Not since post war time have organisations had such an opportunity to revolutionise the way workplaces conduct their business.
Australia's Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Kate Jenkins, recently released her much anticipated examination of sex-based and sexual harassment at work.
At this Gender Equality Network event we look at WGEA’s leading practice guide on gender-equitable recruitment and promotion.
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.
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.
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 Chair David Morrison AO and CEO Lisa Annese presented DCA’s work on myth-busting sexual harassment at work in Brisbane.
At this Gender Equality Network, we looked at how workplaces can respond to and help prevent domestic violence.
At this Gender Equality Network event, we explored social attitudes to gender in Australia.