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Report Hub: Engaging Men
Men Make a Difference: Engaging men on gender equality
“While men should support gender equality because it is the right thing to do, research shows men also have much to gain from a more gender-equal world.”
Happy Workers: How satisfied are Australians at work?
This report looks at the importance of work to individual wellbeing, standard of living, and identity building and asks: “Given the time and commitment we spend at work each day and year, shouldn’t we try and make it as human as possible?”
Male Champions of Change: Progress Report 2015
"The Male Champions of Change (MCC) collaboration aims to achieve a significant and sustainable increase in the representation of women in leadership."
Teaming: An introduction to gender studies, unshackling human talent and optimising military capability for the coming Era of Equality: 2020 to 2050
"The purpose of Teaming is to provide Army with a deeper understanding or ‘rich picture’ of gender and how this may influence the world of 2020 to 2050."
The Business Case for Gender Equality
Inequalities for men and women continue to exist within the Australian labour market. This report argues greater gender parity would positively affect national economic growth and productivity.
Women’s Leadership Matters: The impact of women’s leadership in the Canadian federal public service
Written within the Canadian context, where 46% of women sit at the executive level of the public sector, this report queries what impact women at the executive level have on programs, management and policy.
In The Eye of The Beholder: Avoiding the merit trap
This report discusses the “paradox of meritocracy” effecting and affecting gender biases in the workplace. The report proffers a number of organisational case studies to demonstrate how companies have worked towards overcoming gender biases.
Queensland Public Sector Gender Equity Strategy 2015–2020
This report by the Queensland PSC “aims to challenge myths such as the definition of merit, and assumptions such as gender stereotypes, to ensure both men and women enjoy the same opportunities to shape and influence their own lives and careers.”
Gender Balance at Every Forum: The panel pledge
“Many high-profile conferences, events and taskforces lack gender balance, despite there often being no shortage of qualified women. It is estimated less than 15% of panellists in Australia are women. (…) Such optics have consequences.”
Women on Boards: Global approaches to advancing diversity
Framed by existing research, this report discusses strategies which can, when employed together, work towards reducing organisational gender gaps, particularly at the corporate stage.
It Starts With Us: The leadership shadow
The authors of this report offer a top-down model to encourage progress toward organisation-wide gender parity.
In His Own Words: The male perspective on gender diversity
The results conveyed in this report “support the long argued case for change and highlights the important role that men need to play in driving [the] agenda [on gender diversity].”