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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 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  

  4. Women on Boards. (2018). Women on Boards. Retrieved from 

  5. Australian Securities Exchange Corporate Governance Council. (2018). Corporate Governance Council. Retrieved from 

  6. Davidson, L. (2014). Gender equality will happen, but not until 2095. 

  7. Catalyst. (2014). Increasing Gender Diversity on Boards: Current Index of Formal Approaches. Retrieved from 

  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 

  10. Australian Institute of Company Directors. (2018).  Board diversity statistics. Retrieved from 

  11. Donaldson, D. (2015). Public sector weak, improving on female representation. Retrieved from 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. 

  13. Gould, J. A., Kulik, C. T., & Sardeshmukh, S. R. (2018b). Trickle‐down effect: The impact of female board members on executive gender diversity. Human Resource Management . 

  14. WGEA. (2018). Setting gender targets. Retrieved from 

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