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Report Hub: Gender Gap
Gender Indicators, Australia, September 2018 (cat. no. 4125.0)
"Gender Indicators, Australia is a resource for social analysis and research in gender equality."
A toolkit for gender advocacy
This toolkit offers practical advice for those looking to make a difference in the lives of women by advocating directly to parliamentarians.
Mapping Australian Higher Education 2018
"The graduate gender pay gap in Australia is narrowing, with more women in paid work than ever before. Women’s earnings generally outpaced men’s over the past decade – but the pay gap remains large." Grattan Institute
The State of Gender Equality for U.S. Adolescents
"The goal of the research is to provide a resource for policymakers, media, and others who want to understand how children may be viewing and experiencing inequality and how their views take shape."
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.
"The 2018 Women in the STEM Professions Survey provides valuable insight into factors affecting women’s participation, progression and pay in the STEM workforce."
Inequality in 1,100 Popular Films: Examining Portrayals of Gender, Race/Ethnicity, LGBT & Disability from 2007 to 2017
"[T]he Annenberg Inclusion Initiative conducts the most comprehensive and intersectional investigation into inequality in popular films."
Why Women-Owned Startups Are A Better Bet
“[W]hen women business owners pitch their ideas to investors for early-stage capital, they receive significantly less (…) than men. Yet businesses founded by women ultimately deliver higher revenue”.
Face the Facts: Gender Equality 2018
"Australian women are over-represented as part-time workers in low-paid industries and in insecure work and continue to be underrepresented in leadership roles in the private and public sectors."
The Power of Parity: Advancing women’s equality in Asia Pacific
"Advancing women’s equality in the countries of Asia Pacific could add $4.5 trillion to their collective annual GDP by 2025 (...) All countries would benefit from advancing women’s equality."
Press for (Immediate) Progress: A snapshot of women at work and how employers can help shift the dial by 2020
"“It is imperative for organisations committed to gender equality to take some bold steps to truly Press for Progress. (...) It is time to walk the talk. Action is critical.”"
Global Misperceptions of Equality and the Need to Press for Progress
"These are the findings from a special Ipsos survey (...) The results highlight how wrong people across the world are about some key equality issues."