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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”.
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
Half a Billion Reasons: How investing in adolescent girls can change the world
"There are close to 600 million adolescent girls aged 10 to 19 living in the world today with 500 million in developing countries." "This report calls on all Australians – parliamentarians, policy makers, donors and individuals – to recognise that investi
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.”"
Embedding Gender Equality in the Australian Public Service: Changing practices, changing cultures
"Drawing on rich qualitative data derived from hundreds of hours of interviews (...) this report identifies some of the opportunities and challenges APS agencies have faced in their efforts to progress — and embed — gender equality."
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."
Women in the Workplace: 2017
"Women in the Workplace 2017 is a comprehensive study of the state of women in corporate America. This research is part of a long-term partnership between McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org".
Section J in Action: Pacific women and the media
"Everywhere the potential exists for the media to make a far greater contribution to the advancement of women. Programming that reinforces women’s traditional roles can be equally limiting."
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."
The International Civil Service Effectiveness (InCiSE) Index 2017
The InCiSE Index offers comparative evidence on the effectiveness of central government civil services. It seeks to answer what constitutes an effective civil service and how leaders can recognise national performance against effectiveness indicators.
Inequality in 900 Popular Films: Examining portrayals of gender, race/ethnicity, LGBT, and disability from 2007-2016
"We examine every speaking or named character on screen for gender, race/ethnicity, LGBT, and disability across the 100 top fictional films as determined by U.S. box office from 2007 to 2016 (excluding 2011)"