Reflection in Practice sessions are informal discussion spaces for participants in the Intersectionality Series.

It’s an opportunity to ask each other questions, exchange perspectives on the previous sessions’ content and workshop ideas for applying intersectionality in your organisation’s gender equity, diversity and inclusion work.

In this Reflection in Practice session, we want to hear how you conduct intersectional data analysis and explain your findings to key stakeholders.

You don’t need to be an expert in intersectionality; we’re all learning and we find that it really helps to work on our approach with others.

So come and share any advice or challenges you’ve encountered – you might even pick up new tips for your own work!


Friday 31 March 2023, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm AEDT

This session will not be recorded.


Online via Zoom.

Who should attend

Any staff member or student from a SAGE subscriber organisation is welcome to attend, but 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

Preparing for the session

To get the most out of this session, we recommend that you attend Session 5: Interpreting data through an intersectional lens or watch the recording, if you can’t make it on the day.

You can also use the Individual Learning Plan [DOCX 324 kB] to help you reflect on each session and think of questions or ideas to explore with fellow participants.

About the series

The Intersectionality Series provides institutions with practical support to take an ethical, 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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