RMIT University receives prestigious award for attracting more women and gender diverse people in STEMM
Media release: RMIT received their first Cygnet Award for their work to recruit more women and gender diverse staff in STEMM fields.
Cygnet Award application (recruitment) – RMIT University
Read about RMIT University’s work to recruit more women and gender diverse people in STEMM.
Moving towards fair and equitable workload allocation: piloting the Workload Allocation Principles Matrix
Learn how to use the Workload Allocation Principles Matrix, a tool designed by SAGE subscribers for guiding fair and equitable workload allocation.
Maintaining momentum: acting and advocating for change
In her closing remarks, SAGE Chair Libby Lyons sums up the moments of self-reflection and calls to action from the two conference days.
Diversity interventions that work: cross-sectoral perspectives
A panel of researchers, practitioners and leaders reflect on diversity interventions that changed their respective fields.
Crossing continents: working globally and across sectors for practical solutions for women’s equity in leadership
How can Europe, North America and Australia help each other achieve gender diversity in leadership? Five leaders discuss.
What works? Evaluating your equity program
Evaluation is a key part of any equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) program. This hands-on workshop provides a practical five-step approach to evaluation.
Decadal Plan Champions addressing gender equality
This presentation from the Australian Academy of Science showcases the efforts and successes of Women in STEM Decadal Plan from different industries.
Intersectional and place-based barriers to women’s advancement in higher education
Why is an intersectional approach to GEDI work important? Because race/religion and parental responsibility have an effect on career opportunities for women.
Impact of health-related factors on gender inequality: a case study of OECD countries
This study uses the 3 components of Gender Inequality Index to analyse the impact of health-related factors on gender inequality.
Towards a better minority/gender representation in Australian higher education: the case of Asian female academics
Taking an intersectional approach to gender equity, Nana Oishi outlines several interventions to address the challenges faced by Asian women academics.