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From girls to men: Social attitudes to gender equality in Australia
From Girls to Men: social attitudes to gender equality issues in Australia is a research program hosted by the 50/50 by 2030 Foundation at the University of Canberra.
Women’s Leadership Institute Australia 2019 Women for Media Report: "You can't be what you can't see"
“Women are missing, still missing. We are not missing from real life (…) we are missing from news stories and from feature stories, we are missing from photos (…) our voices are missing from opinion pieces and columns.”
From girls to men: Survey snapshot
Better Together: Increasing male engagement in gender equality efforts in Australia
"Gender equality won’t be achieved without significant male engagement. Given their predominance in leadership positions, it is critical to ensure that men have an equal stake in gender parity."
Women in work index 2019: Turning policies into effective action
This report discusses "how effective change within organisations requires strategic clarity, accountability, measurability and transparency."
Guidelines for the promotion of equal opportunity for women and girls in golf
"Participation in sport is a human right. Sport provides physical, social and mental health benefits, and plays a positive role in building communities. (...) it is essential that both women and men feel welcome to participate in sport, including golf."
Gender Equality and Inclusive Growth: Economic policies to achieve sustainable development
"[A] growing body of evidence shows that economic growth is a gendered process, and that gender inequalities can be barriers to shared prosperity."
Gender Equity Insights 2019: Breaking through the glass ceiling
"In this report we examine how much progress women have made in accessing senior leadership and management roles across Australian workplaces and industries".
Pathway to pay equality: Elite women athletes
"Our goal is to create the operating environments, systems and cultures which will make equality, pay equity and sustainable pay equality the norm rather than the exception, across all elite sport."
WMC Investigation 2019: Gender and non-acting oscar nominations
"Industry-wide efforts to improve gender parity has had some impact, but not as much as anticipated, according to a Women’s Media Center analysis."
30% by 2018: Gender diversity progress report
"Quarterly reporting, continuous awareness building, and collaborations with other supporters in this domain, has seen the percentage of women on these boards increasing by 10 per cent [since 2010]"
The Global Gender Gap Report 2018
"Australia (39) records a slight widening of its gender gap on legislators, senior officials and managers as well as some reversal of progress on wage equality, resulting in a slight drop in rank."