In 2020, Do We Still Really Need Workplace Gender Equality?

Symbol of man and women in a circle

It’s been over 100 years since the first IWD and we’ve come a long way in creating gender equality – but we still have a long way to go. In 2020, gender inequalities continue to limit the ability of both men and women to be respected and to contribute at work and at home.

In this infographic we highlight some examples of when and how this can happen.

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#1 Pre Work (image of building blocks)

#2 Entering Work (image of door opening)

#3 Respect at Work

#4 Connection at Work

#5 Progressing at Work

#6 Family at Work

#7 Mid-Late Life

#8 After Work

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We recognise that this infographic represents the experiences of men and women and that there are a range of gender expressions that exist outside of that binary.

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