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UPCOMING EVENTS

Reflection in Practice #2

6 September | Online event

In this Reflection in Practice session, we’ll reflect on the questions that we tried to answer in Session 2: Introduction to ethical data collection. These sessions are informal discussion spaces for participants in the Intersectionality Series.

From what kinds of data to collect to how to maximise participation, this is an opportunity to ask each other questions and exchange perspectives.

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Using Human Factors and Ergonomics methods to achieve gender equity

5 September | Webinar

Human Factors and Ergonomics methods are used to design safe, user-friendly products that meet people’s needs.

Gemma Read (University of the Sunshine Coast) discusses how we can apply the same methods to set up workplace policies and systems that achieve inclusive outcomes for all.

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Writing Gender #2

9 September | Public webinar

What role does writing play in making acts of cultural, physical and gendered violence against women​ and trans and gender diverse people visible?

Hosted by the Sydney Review of Books and Western Sydney University, this webinar explores such writing within contexts of cultural safety and healing, and highlights why articulation is key to engendering greater public awareness and instigating social action.

Register >>

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Diversity Interventions 2023

12–14 September 2023 | Conference

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SAGE is proud to be hosting Diversity Interventions 2023 in Western Australia. Please save the date and we look forward to welcoming you at this second international event, to be delivered in hybrid format.

We hope to share more about the conference planning and program soon, so keep an eye on our website and newsletters over the coming months for further updates.

READ

University of Wollongong introduces pronouns on staff profiles

In this article, 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.

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What's driving the LGBTQ+ wage gap?

New research shows college-educated workers in the US who self-identify as LGBTQ+ earn 22% less than their heterosexual cisgender counterparts.

This article explores why this pattern of lower earnings is set in motion long before LGBTQ+ workers are established in the workplace, and discusses what can be done to reduce the pay gap.

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Advancing women in healthcare leadership

Gender inequity in healthcare persists, with women having to adapt and compete in a system not designed for them.

This study sheds light on the implementation of organisational interventions to tackle this issue and advance women in leadership.

Read more >>

WATCH

Intersectionality series: introduction to ethical data collection.

Introduction to ethical data collection (recording)

Workforce and student data is critical to pinpointing barriers to equity, diversity and inclusion within an organisation - but this information can also be inherently sensitive.

In this episode of our Intersectionality series, we ask three experts in data ethics and research methods:

📊 What kind of data should we collect and why? 
✋  How can we maximise participation, minimise invasiveness and be respectful in our data collection? 
💬 How should we communicate the value proposition for disclosing personal data?
💭 What are the ethical and legal considerations around collecting diversity data?

Watch now >>

NEWS

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Edith Cowan University achieves Cygnet Award

Edith Cowan University (ECU) has been awarded their first SAGE Cygnet Award for their work to promote equitable access to flexible working arrangements. 

SAGE CEO Dr Wafa El-Adhami congratulated ECU on achieving this significant milestone in their journey to an Athena Swan Silver Award.

Read more >>

Survey on workplace sexual harassment policies and practices

Alicia Pearce, a doctoral PhD candidate at UTS Law, is researching ways to achieve justice for sexual harassment complainants.

To better understand existing practices, Alicia is inviting diversity practitioners (and staff in equivalent HR roles) to participate in a survey. The survey will ask about how workplace sexual harassment policies and practices are administered in the Australian university sector.

Take the survey or learn more >>

Scholarships available for women working in the Arts

Chief Executive Women (CEW) and Jane Hansen offer the Hansen CEW Executive Leadership in the Arts Scholarship and the Hansen CEW Leaders Program for the Arts Scholarship to mid to senior-level women working in the Arts.

Recipients will either have the opportunity to attend the CEW Leaders Program in Australia or study an executive-level course of their own choosing anywhere in the world.

Apply now for an Elevate scholarship

Applications for the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences & Engineering’s Elevate: Boosting women in STEM scholarships are now open!

If you're a woman in STEM, this is your opportunity to gain a scholarship that will help you cover the costs of your studies.

Apply now >>

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SAGE subscribers on the front foot of tackling gender inequity

For Equal Pay Day on August 29, we explored why organisations must not lose sight of gender equity, especially as new data from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) shows that the gender pay gap has increased by 0.3 percentage points over the last six months.

Learn how SAGE subscribers are tackling the issue >>

LISTEN

The Accessible Stall podcast: Designing the disability pride flag

To celebrate Disability Pride Month, the Accessible Stall podcast hosts Emily and Kyle speak with Ann Magill, the creator of the Disability Pride flag. Ann tells the story behind the flag, what inspired her to create it, and the symbolism of the design.

Listen now >>

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