Quarterly update from the CEO, Q1 2022
SAGE CEO, Dr Wafa El-Adhami, shares updates on the SAGE team’s progress toward strategic priorities.
Consultation on the Workload Allocation Principles Matrix
The SAGE Special Interest Group on workload allocation is inviting SAGE subscribers to co-design guidance for equitable workloads.
Learning about intersectionality through the Intersectionality Walk
Developed by the SAGE ACT Regional Network, the Intersectionality Walk is an educational package for understanding how a person’s multiple identities can compound advantage or disadvantage.
Transforming Women’s Leadership Pathways program announced as Platinum Sponsor of Diversity Interventions 2022 SAGE
SAGE is proud to partner with the Transforming Women’s Leadership Pathways (TWLP2030) program as the Platinum Sponsor of Diversity Interventions 2022.
Supporting employees who have cancer
If your employee has cancer or is caring for someone with cancer, you would want to support them as best you can. If you’re not sure how, these resources can help.
Why do we celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March?
We look at the origin of Women’s Days and the significance of 8 March to feminist movements around the world.
Quarterly update from the CEO, Q4 2021
SAGE CEO, Dr Wafa El-Adhami, shares her reflections on 2021 and discusses SAGE’s plans for 2022.
Episode 18: Gender equity at Western Sydney University
Professor Janice Aldrich-Wright talks about how joining SAGE has helped Western Sydney University build on their strong track record of delivering impactful policies and programs for gender equity.
Episode 17: Why we shouldn’t be aiming for 50:50
Cai Wilkinson explains why looking beyond the gender binary leads to better gender equity initiatives and suggests ways we can do this.
UQ highlights diverse pathways to leadership
For International Women’s Day, the University of Queensland launched a podcast series featuring the career journeys of successful women.
Episode 16: Healing the system with Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver
In the first episode of Between the Lines, a Think Difference mini-series, Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver talks about her life, career and ways to support Indigenous students in higher education.