Month: November 2020
UQ names Panel Pledge after renowned feminist
The Merle Pledge honours UQ alumnus Merle Thornton AM, who successfully campaigned for the removal of the marriage bar in the Australian public service.
Gender representation in universities: 2014 vs 2018
Has women’s representation in higher education improved over the course of the SAGE pilot? It’s still early days, but there are signs of progress.
Common issues in workload allocation
Our analysis of Athena Swan Bronze Award applications show that women and people from underrepresented groups do more teaching and service work. Read more in our infographic.
Women-only leadership development programs
Women-only leadership development programs are often regarded with cynicism for appearing to “fix” women instead of the system. So do they actually work?
Backlash and resistance to gender equality initiatives: strategies for prevention and response
Efforts to promote gender equality in workplaces and organisations often meet resistance. What can we do to get more people on board?