Studying and parenting: supporting student mothers during COVID-19 and beyond
Including student mothers’ voices in gender equity work allows us to uncover, and address, the barriers they face in achieving equal participation and success.
Make Visible: promoting diversity and inclusion for members of gender and sexually diverse communities in partnership with community and industry
Make Visible is an on-going, community-led project making visible challenges and triumphs for the LGBTQI+ community worldwide.
Gender in policy language
In this workshop, participants compared the pros and cons of gender-inclusive, gender-neutral and gender-distinctive approaches to organisational policies.
A review of strategies that advance female nursing careers
Leadership training, mentorship, networking and financial aid benefited nurses at any career stage, while sharing experiences helped early-career nurses.
“This is not necessarily a gender thing”: Gender-blind talk about flexible work
Leaders avoid mentioning gender when discussing flexible work, which reduces men’s visibility as flexible workers and reinforces gendered work patterns.
A diversity and inclusion toolkit by the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering
The ATSE D&I Toolkit provides small and medium enterprises with guidance on how to recruit, retain and progress a diverse workforce.
The STEM x university/school collaboration through design thinking: a solution for gender in STEM outreach interventions
Early outcomes from the STEM x program show promising signs of increased confidence, interest and awareness in STEM subjects and careers amongst girls.
The role of professional member organisations in promoting gender equity and advancing women in healthcare leadership
Most organisations had policies on flexible and interrupted training, but few had transparent data on how people were selected for committees or training programs.
Advancing women in healthcare leadership: a national organisation-level research and translation partnership
The initiative brings together medical and nursing colleges, leading health services, government and academia to co-design and implement structural change.
The power of conversation: Lessons from incorporating social justice issues into human physiology and employability curriculum
By linking social justice issues to undergraduate course materials, students develop bystander intervention skills that they use years after graduating.
Visibilising mothering in the academy: (Re)Performing academic mothering in the transformative moment of COVID-19
The impossible demands on working mothers were forced into the spotlight during the pandemic, exposing a chance to normalise mothering in academic work culture.