Topic: Institutional culture
Embedding equality, diversity and inclusion into a mandatory module for first-year students
A case study from the Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland.
Cygnet Award application (inclusive culture) – Geoscience Australia
Read Geoscience Australia’s first Cygnet Award application, which focuses on building an inclusive culture.
SAGE awards Cygnet Award to Geoscience Australia for building an inclusive workplace culture
Joint media release issued by SAGE and Geoscience Australia
Building a culture where everyone can belong, contribute and thrive
To open Diversity Interventions 2022, SAGE Chair Libby Lyons and Aleem Ali, CEO of Welcoming Australia, sit down for an in-depth conversation about workplace belonging.
Diversity Moments: taking 4 minutes to embed diversity concepts in a science organisation
Diversity Moments provide a space for people to discuss diversity issues at all-staff meetings and educate co-workers on their real-life experiences.
Adding pronouns and pronunciation to Faculty staff listings
The University of Wollongong shares its proof-of-concept initiative of adding pronouns and pronunciation to staff listings on the Faculty of Business and Law’s website.
From transactional to transformative: Embracing intersectionality
In this keynote presentation, Dr Lucy Nicholas explains why an intersectional framework should be the starting point of any journey to advance equity, diversity and inclusion.
Disrupting the status quo: incremental versus systemic change
We brought together five equity, diversity and inclusion innovators for a panel discussion on the power of disruptive thinking to smash barriers and stereotypes.
Period Positivity at Monash
In a bid to promote menstrual equity, Monash University installed dispensers providing free pads and tampons in 30 bathrooms across their Melbourne campuses.
Edith Cowan University launches new Inclusive Language Guide
The Guide will help staff and students increase their knowledge and awareness of how to use inclusive language at the University.
The Say My Name campaign
The University of Sydney has launched the Say My Name campaign to help people understand the importance of saying an unfamiliar name.