Change The Course: National Report on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at Australian Universities (2017)
At the request of Australia’s 39 universities, the Australian Human Rights Commission has conducted a national, independent survey of university students to gain greater insight into the nature,...
The audit has provided an important opportunity to examine the progress of the ADF in implementing the recommendations. Overall, the ADF has made significant progress across a range of areas and is to be commended for its efforts. This Report...
Chief Executive Women and the Male Champions of Change share a common goal: to make a significant and sustainable change to the low levels of women in leadership in Australia. We are working together to identify approaches, put them into practice...
Tapping into the full talent pool will give us a diversity advantage, creating commercial, societal and economic value. If we want gender balance to be the norm in our organisations, we must create the conditions and cultures that enable both men...
On 3 November 2011 the Report on the Review into the Treatment of Women at the Australian Defence Force Academy was tabled in the Australian Parliament. It contained 31 recommendations. This Audit has provided an important and unique opportunity to...
This toolkit is designed to assist leaders in organisations to develop and implement constructive and sustainable strategies to increase the representation of women in non-traditional roles in male-dominated industries. It provides practical...
The Australian Human Rights Commission is focused on addressing sex discrimination and promoting gender equality in Australia – and ensuring the economic and financial security of all women. The Investing in care: Recognising and valuing those who...
n 2012, the Australian Human Rights Commission conducted its third national telephone survey on sexual harassment. The survey is important because it provides the only national and trend data on sexual harassment in Australian workplaces.
Encourage. Support. Act!Bystander Approaches to Sexual Harassment in the WorkplaceWritten by Paula McDonald, Queensland University of Technology and Michael Flood, University of Wollongong for theAustralian Human Rights CommissionJune 2012
In 2010, the Australian Human Rights Commission examined the key reforms required to achieve gender equality in Australia in a report entitled Gender Equality Blueprint 2010.
Sex discrimination is when a person is treated less favourably than a person of the opposite sex would be treated in the same or similar circumstances.