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Report Hub: Engaging Men
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.
Backlash and Buy-In: Responding to the challenges in achieving gender equality
“The world is at a crossroads with women’s leadership and gender equality being contested in many nations. The global movement is profoundly uneven, a fragmented picture of acceleration in some contexts and stagnation in others.”
Men as Change Agents: Achieving gender balance in business leadership and closing the gender pay gap
"This document has been produced by the [Women's Buisness Council], Men as Change Agents (MACA) action group. We aim to engage CEOs of leading listed and private businesses (and their leadership teams) to help deliver gender balance in business leadership
Time to Talk: What has to change for women at work
"The collective voice of women, speaking up about their experiences in the workplace, has never been stronger. There is a new fearlessness and urgency to address the challenges women face".
We Set the Tone: Eliminating everyday sexism
"Everyday sexism is frequently invisible, and often accepted. Because it is hard to speak up when it occurs, it continues unchecked. (…) Building on the work of others, to understand everyday sexism in the workplace we undertook to learn more."
Male Champions of Change STEM: Progress Report (2016-2017)
"[G]ender diversity is particularly important for driving innovation - companies with more gender balanced leadership generate greater innovation revenue and are more likely to deliver disruptive innovation."
Closing the Gender Pay Gap
"Addressing the national gender pay gap requires the effort of our whole community. Importantly, employers must step up and play their part. All leaders have the power to analyse their data and take action on pay gaps within their organisations."
Getting the Most from Your Diversity Dollars
"Many companies are investing heavily in efforts to improve the gender balance of their workplaces. (...) Yet women remain underrepresented—often woefully so—on most leadership teams and boards."
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.”
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."
De-Gendering Gender Diversity: Improving female representation in the workforce
"Organisations that both recognise and harness the different experiences and opinions of their workforce outperform those that are less diverse and inclusive."
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."