Participation and career fulfillment for parents and carers: RMIT earns second SAGE Cygnet Award
RMIT is the first University in Victoria to receive a second SAGE Cygnet Award.
Do STEMM leaders have the gender competence for change?
Leaders say they’re committed to reducing gender inequality, but do they really understand the nature and scope of the problem?
Cygnet Award application (Barriers to Participation and Career Fulfilment for Parent and Carers) – RMIT University
Read about RMIT University’s actions to support parents and carers.
Strides forward in flexible work: Western Sydney University receives SAGE Cygnet Award
Western Sydney University has formalised remote working as part of its actions to improve flexible work.
Cygnet Award application (flexible work) – Western Sydney University
Read about Western Sydney University’s actions to improve flexible work.
Universities in Cyprus commit to advancing gender equality with Athena Swan pilot project
The launch of the Pilot sees Cyprus join a growing global network of Athena Swan Charter members in higher education and research.
“We’re more than just our metrics”: Fairer academic promotions earn Monash a SAGE Cygnet Award
Monash becomes the first Group of Eight university to earn a SAGE Cygnet Award.
Cygnet Award application (‘Relative to Opportunity’ in Academic Promotion) – Monash University
Read about Monash University’s framework to support more equitable promotions.
Could grant funding soon be linked to EDI?
SAGE applauds the Diversity in STEM Review Draft Recommendations.
Turning data into action
Get some firsthand examples of taking an intersectional approach to coursework design and the academic promotions process.
Staff equity is central to realising student equity: SAGE’s submission to the Australian Universities Accord Interim Report Consultation
The Interim Report’s increased focus on student equity is welcome. SAGE calls for an equivalent recognition of the value and importance of staff equity, diversity and inclusion.