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Report Hub: Strategies
Gender Strategy Toolkit: A direction for achieving gender equality in your organisation
“Addressing gender equality within organisations will not happen accidentally, and like any other business issue, a strategic and systematic approach is required.”
Achieving Women’s Equality: South Australia’s Women’s Policy
Recognising that barriers toward full socio-economic participation continue to exist for women and girls, this policy offers a framework for the South Australian Government, and its partners in the wider community, to champion gender equity.
Gender Equality in Leadership
“A strategy for gender equality in leadership in the South Australian Public Sector”.
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.
Targets and quotas: Perspective Paper
"Gender diversity targets and quotas, and their respective merits as strategies for promoting women in leadership in the workplace, are much debated."
Tasmanian Women’s Plan 2013-2018
This report addresses the barriers which contribute to the ongoing gender gap in the State of Tasmania and offers a number of focus areas in need of improvement.
Not yet 50/50: Barriers to the progress of senior women in the Australian Public Service
“That there are barriers to [women’s] progression is not in doubt. What is not well understood is the nature of those barriers and the extent to which barriers to progression in the public sector might differ from those in the private sector.”
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.
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.
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”.