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Joy Damousi - Podcast

Joy Damousi speaks openly about gender discrimination in Higher Education.

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Elaine Sadler - Video

Elaine Sadler talks about how CAASTRO had policies and tools to guide a gender equity strategy. 

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Gender Equality - Video

Video featuring female academics talking about gender equality

TED talk - Know your Worth, Then Ask for It

Know your worth, and then ask for it | Casey Brown
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Suggested topics

Promotion and hiring systems

Flexible work arrangements

Creating a negotiation culture

A diversity-friendly culture

Engaging men to champion change

Gender pay gap

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  2. Khadem, N. (2015). Australian Institute of Company Directors wants 30% women on boards by 2018. Retrieved from http://www.smh.com.au/business/australian- institute-of-company-directors-wants-30-women-on-boards-by-2018-20150409- 1mh0qt.html.  

  3. Male Champions of Change. (2018). Male Champions of Change. Retrieved from http://malechampionsofchange.com.  

  4. Women on Boards. (2018). Women on Boards. Retrieved from https://www.womenonboards.net/en-au/home. 

  5. Australian Securities Exchange Corporate Governance Council. (2018). Corporate Governance Council. Retrieved from https://www.asx.com.au/regulation/corporate-governance-council.htm 

  6. Davidson, L. (2014). Gender equality will happen, but not until 2095. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/11191348/Gender-equality-will-happen-but-not-until-2095.html 

  7. Catalyst. (2014). Increasing Gender Diversity on Boards: Current Index of Formal Approaches. Retrieved from https://www.catalyst.org/knowledge/increasing-gender-diversity-boards-current-index-formal-approaches. 

  8. Australian Public Service Commission. (2014). State of the service report: State of the service series 2013-14. Canberra, ACT.  

  9. Lee, L-E, Marshall, R., Rallis, D. & Moscardi M. (2015). Women on boards: Global trends in gender diversity on corporate boards. Retrieved from https://www.msci.com/documents/10199/04b6f646-d638-4878-9c61-4eb91748a82b. 

  10. Australian Institute of Company Directors. (2018).  Board diversity statistics. Retrieved from http://aicd.companydirectors.com.au/advocacy/board-diversity/statistics. 

  11. Donaldson, D. (2015). Public sector weak, improving on female representation. Retrieved from http://www.themandarin.com.au/24907-public-sector-weak-female- representation/ 

  12. Gould, J. A., Kulik, C. T., & Sardeshmukh, S. R. (2018a). Gender diversity from the top: the trickle-down effect in the Australian public sector. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 56, 6–30. http://doi.org/10.1111/1744-7941.12158 

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