Preferred names in university systems
Griffith University share their solution to unintentional deadnaming and misgendering in library and corporate systems.
The University of Adelaide’s Family-Friendly Employer website
Resources for parents and carers are now stored in one convenient place, making it easier for staff to achieve work-life balance.
Supporting employees who have cancer
If your employee has cancer or is caring for someone with cancer, you would want to support them as best you can. If you’re not sure how, these resources can help.
Intersectionality in SAGE Athena Swan
Download our Guide to understand why and how you should take an intersectional approach in your SAGE Athena Swan work.
Systemic change in SAGE Athena Swan
In this post, we explain what systemic change is, why it’s important and how you can achieve it in your SAGE Athena Swan work.
Bronze Section 4 – Promotion and pathways for career development
Diagnosing barriers to career progression is an important part of your Athena Swan Bronze Award application. In this video, we’ll show you how to do this with your staff promotion data.
Bronze Section 3 – Staff exit data
Are some groups more likely to leave your organisation, and what does that mean for your diversity profile? Here’s how to find out in your Athena Swan Bronze Award application.
Bronze Section 3 – Staff by contract function
Do inequities exist between your research and teaching staff? Find out by exploring staff contract function in your Athena Swan Bronze Award application.
Bronze Section 3 – Staff by contract type
Working on Section 3.1(ii) of your Athena Swan Bronze Award application? Watch this video for tips on analysing your institutional staff profile by contract type.
Why do we celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March?
We look at the origin of Women’s Days and the significance of 8 March to feminist movements around the world.
Bronze Section 3 – Staff by employment classification type and level
Working on Section 3.1(i) of your Athena Swan Bronze Award application? Here’s how you should analyse your staffing profile by employment classification type and level.