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Gender and diversity for professionals

Broadening the mix of those working in engineering, science, IT, architecture and other technical professions will be critical to realising our national innovation capability and productivity potential. To do this, we need to look at ways to tackle entrenched biases in work practices, provide flexible work arrangements that facilitate participation and inclusion, and address cultural impediments to attracting and retaining as diverse a workforce as possible. These are matters not only of justice and equity but of labour market supply and improving the nation’s bottom line.

Professionals Australia is committed to promoting the work of women in the professions, encouraging young women to study and develop STEM skills and supporting the retention of women in the professional workforce.
diversity  women  australia  unions  technology 
december 2018 by pfctdayelise
Ally Skills NZ
Diverse and inclusive teams are more productive, innovative, and profitable. We all benefit from diversity and inclusion — and each of us has the power to create a more welcoming, equitable workplace.

At Ally Skills NZ, we offer guidance and tools to help you make diversity & inclusion a reality. Our approach focuses on ally skills: simple, everyday ways that you can use your voice and influence to stand with marginalised groups.

Our services include:

talks on topics related to allyship

a diversity & inclusion audit

our flagship offering—the Ally Skills Workshop

custom consulting and coaching
diversity  australia 
december 2018 by pfctdayelise
welcome to the DementiaKT hub – Dementia KT
welcome to the DementiaKT hub helping Australians translate dementia research into practice
dementia  australia 
july 2018 by pfctdayelise
Rate My Boss
A tool for hospitality workers to rate workplaces
work  australia  unions 
april 2018 by pfctdayelise
Take action now on STEM skills shortage: Women in Tech panel
While it's essential for coding to be a part of the national curriculum, Australia needs both short and long-term strategies that address the 600,000 strong STEM skills shortage.

This was the major conclusion of a Women in Tech event hosted at the Hey You offices in Sydney as part of Start Up Week whose panel included Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek, founder and CEO of Posse Rebekah Campbell, Member for Griffith Terri Butler, founding director of Red Balloon and host of Shark Tank Naomi Simson and Managing Director and Principal Consultant of We Know HR Jodette Cleary.
geekfeminism  australia  startups 
october 2015 by pfctdayelise
ComGuides text large.qx - Inclusive-Consultation-and-Communication-with-People-with-a-Disability_04.pdf
Inclusive consultation and communication
with people with a disability
A guide for Victorian Government Departments and Agencies
Disability Services Division
Department of Human Services
December 2004

Good list of resources and checklists.
disability  victoria  australia  useful  events 
august 2015 by pfctdayelise
Summer of discontent at BOM
"BOM staffers, through their union, Professionals Australia, say that years of cuts have left bureau bosses reliant on a Dad's Army of retired meteorologists to plug the growing gaps in the ranks of its weather specialists."
BoM  unions  government  australia 
february 2015 by pfctdayelise
The Hamer Scholarships Program | Scholarships & Fellowships | Grants, Tenders & Awards | Department of State Development, Business and Innovation
As part of the Victorian International Engagement Strategy the Victorian Government has established the Hamer Scholarships, a language and cultural immersion program designed to build the Asia-engagement capabilities of Victorians and help strengthen cultural awareness between Victoria and Asia.

The program provides scholarships for Victorians each year to undertake intensive language study at nominated universities or institutions in China, Indonesia, Japan and Korea.

Worth $10,000 each for China and Indonesia, or $15,000 each for Japan and Korea, the scholarships are a boost for Asia-focused skillsets and will create business, cultural and educational representatives for Victoria in those countries.
chinese  victoria  australia  scholarship  language 
august 2014 by pfctdayelise
Women in male-dominated industries: A toolkit of strategies (2013) | Australian Human Rights Commission
"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 suggestions and examples of different kinds of workplace strategies and mechanisms across four areas of: attraction, recruitment, retention and development of women. "
geekfeminism  women  work  australia 
june 2014 by pfctdayelise
Spyware's role in domestic violence
[trigger warning: domestic violence]

"In a Victorian study last year, 97 per cent of domestic violence workers reported that perpetrators were using mobile technologies to monitor and harass women in domestic situations.

"Two-thirds of the 46 victims interviewed said they were made to feel like they were being watched or tracked, yet less than half told somebody about it.

"One victim's partner was monitoring her emails after hacking her account and another had her Facebook page saturated with graphic information by a former partner. One woman was tracked to a refuge using a GPS-based smartphone application."

The Australian Law Reform Commission is currently running an inquiry into privacy laws in the digital era. [link: http://www.alrc.gov.au/inquiries/invasions-privacy]
geekfeminism  domesticviolence  australia  privacy 
march 2014 by pfctdayelise
Australia's top 50 female programmers - Pollenizer
it's a good thing I update my LinkedIn profile regularly... *cough*
briannalaugher  australia  women  programming 
march 2014 by pfctdayelise
Deloitte_Women_in_ICT_2013.pdf
A report based on interviews with 9 women in CIO/CEO roles in Australia.
geekfeminism  australia  women  ict 
december 2013 by pfctdayelise
Get Your Walk Score - Find Walkable Apartments and Rentals
Get a "walkability" rating for suburbs in Australian cities.
walking  maps  australia  api 
october 2013 by pfctdayelise
Taking out tokenism: Why some people are changing their minds on quotas
Last year, the company (which has 2000 employees) hired 200 graduates worldwide. Sixty per cent of those graduates were women. “It is interesting but more than anything else, it is a psychological change,” Stephens says. “In Australia last year, more than 50 per cent of our hires overall [not just graduates] were women. Three years earlier, we said that wasn’t possible, that it couldn’t be done.” Related - http://www.cio.com.au/article/437603/creating_more_gender_balance_it/?fp=4&fpid=13
quotas  australia  geekfeminism  women 
april 2013 by pfctdayelise
Victorian Government ICT Strategy
The Victorian Government ICT Strategy was released on 12 February 2013. The strategy provides high-level direction on the design and use of information and technology to deliver better government services. It has been developed in response to three drivers: changes in citizen expectations of government services and ICT use; advances in technology; and current gaps in ICT leadership, governance and skills.
australia  victoria  IT  government 
february 2013 by pfctdayelise
Communities | OKFN:LOCAL Australia
List of communities who have "agreed to be a part of the OKFN Au network"
community  opengovernance  openknowledge  freeculture  australia 
october 2012 by pfctdayelise
Australasian Heritage Software Database::Home
The Australasian Heritage Software project is a public-compiled and accessible database documenting Australian and New Zealand software history. The field of software history is enormous and largely undocumented. Few repositories of software or documentation exist. This project aims to collect documentation from the public - and, where feasible, source code - in order to create a picture of the software written locally, and to present this online.

The general public and specialist fans and collectors know a lot about software and computer history. That's why we are asking people to please pitch in and help us build a publicly accessible database of this information.

We want to receive information about software that either was locally created in Australia and New Zealand, or created by locals. Please enter information about any Australian and/or New Zealand software that you are aware of, from the earliest mainframes to the present day.
history  software  australia 
february 2012 by pfctdayelise
Women in IT | Girl Geek | Google | iWards
"Very introverted"? Hmph! A nod to GGD wouldn't have gone astray, either. a nice story otherwise.
geekfeminism  australia 
september 2011 by pfctdayelise
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