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Reflection in Practice #1

1 August | Online event

Last chance to register!

If you attended or watched a recording of the first session in the Intersectionality Series, this is your space to debrief with others in the SAGE community.

Bring your thoughts, questions and ideas for what to do with your learnings from the previous session.

Register >>

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Session 2: Introduction to ethical data collection

23 August | Webinar

Planning to collect staff and student data for an intersectional analysis? Join us to learn what data organisations should collect and why, and how to do so in a respectful and purposeful way.

Registrations opening soon. Keep an eye on the Intersectionality Series page or subscribe to Webinar Alerts to be the first to know.

About the Intersectionality Series >>


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Supporting academic women at Swinburne University

The Swinburne Women’s Academic Network (SWAN) offers practical support around promotion, career development, grant writing and research funding.

Find out how SWAN has influenced university policy and helped women advance their careers. Plus, get tips for running similar programs in your organisation.


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How well does your workplace promote cultural diversity?

Find out using the Australian Human Rights Commission’s Workplace Cultural Diversity Tool.

Recently updated, the Tool features examples of anti-racist practice from SAGE subscriber institutions such as UNSW, the University of Queensland, UTS and the University of Sydney.

Explore the Tool and case studies >>

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Reimagining age equality at work

Age discrimination affects both older and younger workers. Experts suggest eight ways to reshape the way we think about, and respond to, ageism at work.


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Australia's most comprehensive racism data study

A stocktake of existing racism-related data in Australia revealed key gaps, including how people aged under 18 experienced racism, and the settings in which racism occurred, such as in the media, at home and online.

Read the report >>


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Introduction: What is intersectionality? (Recording)

Catch up on the first session of the Intersectionality Series. Through insightful presentations and a lively panel discussion, we tackle big questions such as:

📐 Can intersectionality be measured in any useful way?
💭 Do you think of intersectionality as something that applies to individuals or systems?
👁️ How do we make invisible intersections visible?

Watch now >>


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Consultations on gender equity in NHMRC grants

NHMRC are encouraging men, women and gender diverse people to have their say on options to reach gender equity in the Investigator Grant scheme.

Your feedback will inform NHMRC's decision on whether to introduce any changes for the 2023 Investigator Grant round.

Attend a forum or learn more >>

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NHMRC 2023 Biennial Awards

Nominations for the Awards are open till 28 October 2022. There are awards for individual or group achievements in ethics, consumer engagement, research quality and art.

Receiving a prestigious award makes a big difference to a person’s career trajectory, so remember to check that your nominations reflect the diversity of researchers in the field.

Details and how to nominate >>

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The search begins for the next Superstars of STEM

Are you a woman or non-binary person in STEM? If you’re ready to build your media and public profile, apply now for the 2023–24 Superstars of STEM program!

Participants receive advanced communications training to supercharge their career and join a growing pool of highly visible diverse role models. Applications close 14 August.

Learn more >>

Coming up: Wear It Purple Day (26 August)

Held on the last Friday of August each year, Wear It Purple Day is an expression of support and acceptance to LGBTQIA+ people.

How does your organisation create safe, inclusive spaces for people of diverse genders and sexualities? We’d love to feature your initiatives in this newsletter, like we did for gender affirmation support at Deakin University. We invite all SAGE subscriber institutions to submit a story before 24 August.

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