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Women in Leadership: Understanding the gender gap
“This publication examines why women continue to be underrepresented in leadership positions and paid less than their male colleagues in the Australian workforce, looking at the full spectrum of issues”.
Building a Case for Gender Diversity in Business
Anatomy of Change: How inclusive cultures evolve
“Without an inclusive culture, companies cannot benefit from the diversity of their talent. But creating that type of culture is not an easy undertaking.”
Gender Equality & the Rule of Law
“The rule of law is a legal concept which requires the use of power to be controlled by the law to ensure equality before the law. Maintaining the rule of law is often noted as being the best way to preserve human rights.”
Creating a Positive Cycle: Critical steps to achieving gender parity in Australia
Analysing the gender disparity at the senior level within Australian organisations, this report addresses the barriers and strategies organisations continue to experience, and argues for gender diversity at the executive level.
Worldwide Index of Women as Public Sector Leaders: Opening doors for women working in government
“Our Index highlights issues of gender equity at senior leadership levels in the public sector across the globe. It begins with an analysis of women’s representation in public sector leadership positions across G20 countries.”
Some Ceilings Have More Cracks: Representative bureaucracy in federal regulatory agencies
“Integrating management literature on men and women in leadership with existing work on representative bureaucracy, this study constructed a new data set examining the distribution of women in leadership in 118 U.S. federal regulatory organizations.”
ACT Prevention of Violence Against Women and Children Strategy (2011–2017)
“This Strategy aims to make it easier for those subjected to violence to apply for civil protection orders and engage with the criminal justice system”.
ACT Women’s Plan 2010-2015
Continuing the objective of the ACT Women’s Plan 2004-2009, this strategic plan for 2010-2015 focuses on the environmental and socio-economic participation of women and girls in the ACT; and how best they may be supported.