Overview

Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) Limited is proud to host Diversity Interventions 2022 SAGE: Systemic approaches that work. With more than 60 speakers and 40+ sessions over two days, Diversity Interventions 2022 SAGE is an international collaborative event aimed at growing the evidence base for gender equity, diversity and inclusion solutions that work for achieving systemic change.

Diversity Interventions is hosted in partnership with Advance HE and Oxford University. SAGE warmly welcomes international colleagues who wish to participate in the Australian conference. In addition to publishing abstracts, SAGE will record and publish all presentations digitally.

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Key dates

  • Abstract submissions open – 20 January 2022
  • Conference registrations open – 11 February 2022
  • Program released – 22 March 2022
  • Conference registrations close – 4 April 2022 *extended*
  • Diversity Interventions 2022 SAGE (Australia) – 5-6 April 2022 from 11AM-4PM (AEST) as a fully online event
  • Diversity Interventions 2022 (Oxford, UK) – 7-8 April 2022 as a hybrid in-person and online event (subject to COVID-19 restrictions).

Purpose

The purpose of the conference is to:

  • grow national and international collaborations
  • showcase impactful equity, diversity and inclusion practices
  • share knowledge between researchers and practitioners to help amplify and translate evidence-based practices.

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Who can participate?

Diversity Interventions 2022 SAGE is open to staff and students from SAGE subscriber institutions as well as professionals involved in gender equity, diversity, and inclusion in any industry or sector, including but not limited to:

  • GEDI practitioners
  • staff of government entities
  • policymakers
  • advocates
  • researchers
  • academics from any discipline.

Conference themes

Initiatives that successfully achieve sustainable, positive change for equity, diversity and inclusion have one thing in common: a holistic systems approach.

Like the rest of the Diversity Interventions series, the presentations and workshops in the SAGE conference provide a space to share institutional actions and results in gender equity, diversity and inclusion – but with a focus on topical issues in the Australian context. View the program >>

  1. Gender equality action plans. How institutions or departments design, implement and evaluate gender equality action plans.
  2. Innovative interventions. What works (and what doesn’t) in addressing underrepresentation in leadership/particular disciplines/key transition points.
  3. Translating lessons and successes. Implementing what works (or learnings from the activities/actions that didn’t) outside the original setting and/or scaling up from one part of the organisation to others, or from one sector to another.
  4. Professional development of equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) practitioners. What knowledge, skills and experiences are required by EDI practitioners and how to provide these.
  5. Institutional and departmental maturity. Enterprise-wide and departmental approaches that embed gender equality and diversity as business imperatives, show a sophisticated understanding of intersectionality and set the course for lasting change.
  6. Meaningful partnerships and co-design. How institutions and departments are working with or being led by affected groups to change systems.COVID-19.
  7. Impact of COVID-19 on EDI, flexible work and the future of work, and how to adapt EDI interventions and action plans to the new normal.

Tickets

SAGE Ltd is a not-for-profit company that accredits and supports organisations to advance gender equity, diversity and inclusion. Your ticket price supports SAGE to facilitate knowledge sharing and capacity building by covering the cost of delivering this important two-day event.

Your conference ticket includes:

  • your virtual conference pass and booking fees
  • access to the online conference app, Whova (before and during the conference)
  • live access to all conference sessions, presentations and workshops as well as on-demand access to post-event recordings
  • access to live Q&A with presenters and virtual networking opportunities with other delegates
  • access to a special film screening of Ili Baré’s compelling documentary film, The Leadership, followed by a live panel discussion with Q&A
  • priority access to tickets to an in-person post-screening networking event in Melbourne.
Further information is available on the registration page.

Sponsors

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Platinum partner: Transforming Women’s Leadership Pathways program 2030

 

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