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Report Hub: Strategies
Women on Boards Strategy 2015-20
Recognising women as constituting half of Tasmania’s population, yet frequently experiencing inequality at the socio-economic and professional level, the State government offers this strategy as part of its commitment to a target of 50/50 by 2020.
Safe and Strong: A Victorian gender equality strategy
“Safe and Strong, Victoria’s Gender Equality Strategy, sets out a framework for enduring and sustained action over time.” It is the first equality strategy from Victoria focusing on gender, and aligns with other equality strategies from the State.
NSW Police Force Strategy on Sexuality, Gender Diversity and Intersex 2016 - 2020
This strategy is the fourth from the NSW Police Force, aiming to positively progress a professional and shared relationship with the LGBTI community.
UN Women: Interactive annual report 2015
"In 2015 Asia-Pacific governments reaffirmed their commitment to accelerate the implementation of foundational commitments including the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action of 1995"
Re-thinking Culture: How to drive gender diversity in the workplace
"Business in Australia is highly dependent on the ‘meritocracy’: a system determining who gets to the top that is largely considered to be fair, egalitarian and objective. The problem is that it is not."
Words at Work: Building inclusion through the power of language
"We know from research that inclusive cultures are high performance cultures – they deliver greater performance and productivity."
Guidance Note: Strategies and good practices in promoting gender equality outcomes in parliaments
“Women’s inclusion and effective participation in parliament is a key indicator of an open society – one that accepts the right of all people to contribute to the determination of their own future.”
Women. Fast Forward.
“The world economy is driven by sustainable value and business growth, which depend upon attracting, optimizing and retaining all talent.”
Women on Boards: The superheroes of tomorrow?
"Can female directors help save economies and the firms on whose boards they sit? (...) The literature faces three main challenges: data limitations, selection and causal inference."
Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment Strategy
“Gender inequality is a result of unequal power distribution between women and men, exacerbated by ongoing discrimination, weaknesses in laws, policies and institutions, and social relations that normalise inequality.”
Balancing the Future: The Australian Public Service Gender Equality Strategy 2016-2019
This report "sets out actions for driving high performance and boosting productivity in the Australian Public Service (APS) [and] is a strategy for harnessing the best talent, changing cultures, and challenging assumptions that hold us back."
Evaluating the Gender Sensitivity of Parliaments: A self-assessment toolkit
"Modern societies increasingly demand gender equality. It is also a precondition for genuine democracy. Yet women are still underrepresented in most parliaments in the world."