Diversity and Inclusion in 2023 – A look at what might be the areas of interest in 2023.


We are looking forward to another big year of research, events, resources and work in D&I with and for our members in 2023.

Success Works: partner to provide an opportunity for women leaving prison.

A group of women are standing together they have their arms around each other.

Success Works Partners believes that Alice, and others facing similar barriers, should not have her future determined by her past. We believe that Alice should be given the same employment opportunities others enjoy.

What is so great about the Annual Diversity Debate?

What is so great about the Annual Diversity Debate

Members, guests and debaters all love the #DCADebate, here's 10 reasons why you should come along to see what it is all about!

What’s in the budget for D&I?

Budget October 2022

DCA has been reviewing the October 2022 budget papers and there is some great news for diversity and inclusion...

Double Digit time for the #DCADebate

Annual Diversity Debate in text next to a birthday cake with 10 candle on it. Underneath is a black and white montage of photos of debate speakers.

We take a trip down memory lane as DCA prepares for the 10th Annual Diversity Debate...

Organisations and the Mature Workforce


Research from the Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing and Research points towards a simple framework that could guide organisations in adapting their strategies to meet the challenges of an ageing and age diverse workforce.

Celebrating International Day for People of African Descent: It’s a matter of non-tokenistic inclusion

International Day for People of African Descent

August 31st is International Day for People of African Descent (IDPOAD). Read on to find out more, and how to observe the day.

These mindsets are the hallmarks of an inclusive leader


Inclusive leadership is popular in Australia’s business community, but it is often unclear what organisations mean when they talk about it. Find out in our blog.

Supporting employees with long COVID to return to work


Rehab Management, a leading corporate health provider, has been working closely with its customers to research the ongoing impacts of long COVID, particularly from a return-to-work perspective. They outline some of the challenges employees face in returning to work.

Why businesses are a refuge for asylum seekers and refugees


Why it is important to consider the role of the corporate sector in creating inclusive opportunities for welcoming and settling refugees.

National Reconciliation Week – what it means to me


To mark National Reconciliation Week, DCA’s Simone Empacher Earl shares what the week means to her as a member of the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community.

Mythbusting Accessibility


Dr Manisha Amin, CEO of Centre for Inclusive Design, gets us thinking about how we can make the world more accessible.

Perspectives on Mother’s Day


Marking Mother’s Day from diverse perspectives

Who is DCA's 1000th member ...?


DCA recently welcomed their newest member. Meet them here ...

Happy International Women’s Day. Happy reading.

IWD theme 2022

Essential reading for International Women's Day, March 8 2022.

AI in recruitment: friend or foe?


A look at AI - and its risk/rewards - in recruitment.

Perspectives on Multilingualism

Speech bubbles

A look at the linguistic diversity within Australia and finding ways to celebrate its richness.

How women and girls are transforming STEM


As part of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the Australian Academy of Science profiles several outstanding women within STEM.

Cultural allyship of Indigenous people in an election year - and beyond

Gari Yala artwork

2022 is an important year for cultural allyship. Read how and why.