If the ABC were audited for diversity, the report might read something like as follows: “Evidence suggests that the ABC’s organisational culture reflects structural discrimination. The staff profile is unrepresentative and produces marginalisation of outsiders or ‘others’. This marginalisation persists due to apparent discrimination in recruitment and promotion practices. As a consequence, the ABC’s program […]
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Beware the female Doctor Who dares to challenge the status quo. First thing Monday morning I received an urgent text from a friend: “Have you heard about The Doctor?” My friend is actually a medical doctor so she could have been referring to a professional matter, but I knew exactly what she meant. “Yes,” I […]
As far as titles go, ‘Race Discrimination Commissioner’ is a fairly benign one. Certainly, as distinct from its incumbent, Dr Tim Soutphommasane, it is not quite as bombastic as its former Soviet counterpart, the ‘People’s Commissariat for Nationalities’. That comparison of course is not meant to imply the office’s communiques, or that of its parent […]
The Turnbull government empowered by an angry backbench has rejected a Human Rights Commission-led campaign for racial and cultural diversity targets to be pushed on corporate Australia. The commission’s July 2016 reform blueprint, Leading for Change,recommended that organisations consider “sending signals on cultural diversity” by collecting data on the cultural backgrounds of employees in addition […]
As an entrepreneur, Ms Liu founded The Dream Collective in 2012 because she was confronted by the lack of leadership development opportunities for young women in the workplace. She says Australian corporate leaders are doing it wrong, and need to get better at “walking the talk”. Research shows that for every $10 invested into senior […]
Is humour the Best approach to fighting the lack of Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace?
Great presentation on flipping the perception on Able versus Disabled Wrong or right …. We still have to make the decisions about how the world functions as the work age ratio changes and we have less working people to support the non working, unemployable or disabled portions of our population. As we ponder productivity […]
Peter Wilson opened the conference referencing that AHRI still has a long way to go to understand the process of moving forward. “Humour being a powerful weapon to focus on Diversity and Inclusion over all” Peter stated.
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