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Our Team

Team DCA Our Team DCA has an experienced and dedicated team passionate about diversity and inclusion (D&I) in Australia. Please see below for individual profiles of staff and an interactive […]

Leading Practice

DCA has identified various leading practice initiatives and consideration relating to cultural diversity and multi-faith inclusion for organisations at the beginning of their cultural diversity journey, and for those further […]

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Please read these terms carefully as they apply to the terms on which Diversity Council Australia (DCA) agrees to offer you membership and to provide you with access to the […]

Cracking the Glass-Cultural Ceiling

DCA's report explores why so few culturally diverse females reach top leadership positions in Australia and what organisations can do to better recognise their skills and ambitions.

Cracking the Cultural Ceiling

People from Asian backgrounds are well represented in entry level and mid-level jobs in Australian business, yet they are significantly under-represented in leadership roles, representing an enormous waste of talent, according to DCA's research launched August 2014.

DCA’s events and research line-up for 2024

Here, we reflect on the year that was and share an exclusive look at what we’ve got planned for 2024.

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Major Partners DCA partners with key members to demonstrate leadership in diversity and further the diversity agenda in the wider community. DCA’s Major Partner organisations include: Cisco Today’s organisations face increasing […]

New research debunks “lazy” flex worker myth

New research from DCA has shown flex workers are just as hard-working, committed, and innovative as full-time, in-office workers.