So far in the Intersectionality Series, we’ve learned how to collect quantitative and qualitative data in an intersectional way. But what do you do once you have that data?
In this webinar, we’ll look at ways to analyse and spot nuances in your data through an intersectional lens. Our expert speakers will also share tips for helping leaders and community members understand your findings and why they matter.
- Denise Beckwith, Western Sydney University
- Dr Tyson Yunkaporta, Senior Lecturer – Indigenous Knowledges, Deakin University
- Donna Moodie, Lecturer – Contextual Studies in Education, University of New England
- Dr Kelly Menzel, Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Knowledge, Southern Cross University
- Professor Kay Latham, Dean of STEMM Diversity and Inclusion, RMIT University
- Associate Professor Robyn Barnacle, Academic Lead – Research Education and Supervisor Training, RMIT University
- Dr Leul Sidelil, Research Assistant, RMIT University
Friday 24 March 2023, 1:00 to 2:30 pm AEDT
Online via Zoom
Who should attend
Although any staff member or student from a SAGE subscriber organisation is welcome to attend, we think you’ll find this session most useful if your work involves:
- analysing data from surveys of people in your organisation
- evaluating the uptake or success of programs targeted at people in your organisation, especially those that have implications for equity, diversity and inclusion
- reporting to (or trying to engage) senior management on equity, diversity and inclusion
More learning resources
- Exploring women’s experiences of sexuality education, sexual expression and violence: inclusive research with disabled women
- Barriers to gender equality in STEMM: do leaders have the gender competence for change?
- Thought ritual: an Indigenous data analysis method for research
About the series
This webinar is part of the Intersectionality Series, a program designed to support institutions in taking an intersectional approach to their gender equity, diversity and inclusion work. The series combines webinars from expert academics, researchers and practitioners with community-driven “Reflection in Practice” sessions.
To learn more about other events in the series, visit the Intersectionality Series overview page.
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