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In our first ‘normal’ year post-COVID, Australians are feeling less connected, valued and included at work. But organisations focused on diversity and inclusion are bucking the trend.
In March, DCA is focused on actions around gender equality, and embracing an intersectional and inclusive approach to commemorating International Women’s Day.
DCA’s Board Chair, Ming Long AM, last night delivered the third annual Wang Gungwu Lecture as the keynote speaker.
From 27 February 2024, WGEA will begin publishing the gender pay gaps of Australian organisations. Here’s what employers need to know.
DCA has provided a submission to respond to proposed reforms of the Commonwealth Indigenous Procurement Policy.
Five major organisations have joined phase 1 of the RISE project, a groundbreaking program designed to help break barriers for CARM women at work.
DCA’s Senior Advocacy and Government Relations Manager, Jacqueline Braw, unpacks her understanding of intersectionality and how it relates to her own intersecting identities.
As Australia Day approaches, DCA provides this blog post to highlight considerations and helpful resources – from flexible arrangements around public holidays to being mindful of cultural load that may
We share ten ways you can leverage DCA’s D&I calendar, moving beyond the days and dates for strategic impact in 2024.