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ANU Academic Board draws attention to student generated report on isolation in STEM

The ANU Academic Board has recently drawn the attention of staff to a report tabled to its September meeting.

Femili PNG Annual Report

The many achievements of Femili PNG’s work with survivors of family and sexual violence in PNG are detailed in this annual report.

Gender Indicators, Australia, Aug 2015

New data to support the analysis - and monitor the outcomes - of gender equality in Australia was released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on 25 August.

YWCA releases report on Paid Parental Leave and CPSU provides entitlements calculator

YWCA Australia has released a new report titled 'Paid Parental Leave - A new approach: scenarios for the schemes'

National Foundation for Australian Women: Budget 2015-2016 gender lens

It has been the practice since 1984 for Federal Governments to produce a Women’s Budget Statement as one element of the official Budget Papers.

2nd Annual Civil Society Report Card on the National Action Plan for Women Peace and Security

This Report Card is the output of the Annual Civil Society Dialogue, a collaboration between ANU Gender Institute, the Australian National Committee for UN Women, an the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

ABS releases eighth issue of Gender Indicators, Australia

These indicators spread across six areas of social concern for gender equality.

2013-2014 Gender Institute report

The second Gender Institute biennial report is now available. The report includes the Convener's report, events and activities across 2013-2014, Gender Institute prize winners and grant recipients and member news.

WGEA releases Australia's gender equality scorecard report

The Workplace Gender Equality Agency has released the inaugural findings from comprehensive gender data provided by Australian employers. This world-leading dataset paints the most comprehensive picture of gender equality in Australian workplaces. The data is a game-changer.

Young women call on the PM to lead change on gender equality

Eighty per cent of young women, aged 15-30, do not believe gender equality exists in Australia, according to the latest She Speaks survey.

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Updated:  7 November 2012/Responsible Officer:  Convenor, Gender Institute/Page Contact:  Web manager, Gender Institute