Pathways to Politics
This report explores the distinctive challenges of responding to sexual harassment, bullying and discrimination in parliaments, courts and tribunals, providing guidance on the design of reporting and response processes in these workplaces.
Quick Guide to Australian federal, state and territory parliamentarians who have publicly identified as LGBTIQ+ while in office
For the first time in history, not a single functioning parliament in the world is male-only. Read the Inter-Parliamentary Union’s newest ‘Women in Parliament’ report for other findings about women’s participation in parliament.
The women in politics: 2023 map presents global data for women in executive positions and national parliaments, showing that women are underrepresented at all levels of decision-making worldwide. Where does Australia rank?
The 2022 final report from the Inquiry into Economic Equity for Victorian Women contains 31 recommendations focusing on changes that will have the most significant impact on Victorian women’s economic equity.
Insights Report on issues, opportunities and initiatives to improve culture and conduct in local government, make it a safer space for women and encourage more women to nominate for council elections.
This 2022 report from UN Women presents the latest evidence on gender equality across 17 Sustainable Development Goals adopted by world leaders in 2015 – emphasising the long road ahead to achieve gender equality.
Gender parity is not recovering, according to the Global Gender Gap Report 2022. It will take another 132 years to close the global gender gap.
This 2022 report from the International Center for Research on Women provides evidence that women’s participation in politics is key to forming effective gender equity policies that improve socio-political, economic, educational and health outcomes for all.
Analysis from ANU explores Australians’ confidence in the different political parties on issues related to gender equity, and how it relates to their voting intentions.