How should universities address workplace sexual harassment?
Recent legislative reforms will require employers to create effective prevention and complaints mechanisms for sexual harassment. Find out what universities are currently doing in this space and what needs to change.
Intersectional approaches to identifying priorities and action planning
From Advance HE’s Enhancing Practice series, this webinar shows you how to collect and use data in an intersectional way, with help from expert data analysts, academics and equity practitioners from the UK.
Interpreting data through an intersectional lens
Learn how to analyse data through an intersectional lens and explain what the findings mean to others in your organisation.
Application forms and guidance
Download forms and guidelines for completing, submitting or reviewing a SAGE Athena Swan Award application.
Network meeting notes
Want updates on what other institutions and regional networks are up to? You can access the notes from previous network meetings here.
Ethical qualitative data collection
Qualitative data is essential for understanding intersectionality. Learn how to get this data to support your gender equity, diversity and inclusion work.
Bronze Section 4 – Recruitment
Is recruitment a barrier to attraction in your organisation? If so, which part of the recruitment process needs intervention? In this video, we’ll show you how to look at your recruitment data to answer these questions.
Bronze Section 3 – Pay equity
When you conduct a pay equity analysis, you’re looking for pay gaps: are some groups getting paid more than others, and if so, why? In this video, we’ll show you how to explore your pay equity data.
Improving the visibility of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion initiatives
To increase employee engagement with equity, diversity and inclusion issues and initiatives, the University of Southern Queensland developed a dedicated dashboard and website to keep employees informed about relevant information and progress.
Using Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE) methods to achieve gender equity
HFE methods are used to design safe, user-friendly products that meet people’s needs. Can we apply the same methods to set up workplace policies and systems that achieve inclusive outcomes for all?
Ethical demographic data collection
In this webinar, we discuss ways to co-design demographic questions, avoid deficit indicators and decide who gets access to the data.