gender equality resources
the following resources explore a variety of practical approaches to creating gender equity within your organisation. not all are actively intersectional and we are seeking additional resources.
Understanding the issue
- Women earn less than men in any industry, Greg Jericho
- Gender blind thinking, APS
- What’s wrong with ‘manels’ and what can we do about it,
Jenny K Rodriguez, Elisabeth Anna Guenther
- Create safer spaces for women, Women’s Agenda
- 6 ways to promote gender equality,
- How to eliminate gender bias from recruitment, Morson
- 10 ways to remove gender bias from job descriptions, Glass Door
- Creating a trans-inclusive workplace, Harvard Business Review
- How to embed work life balance,
- Tips for creating an anti-harassment policy
- Promote female leadership
- Retain women in your staff
Toolkits & explainers
- Respect Australia, Australian Government family violence project
- Gender strategy toolkit, WGEA
- Equality across the board: Investing in workplaces that work for everyone, Human Rights Commission
- 10 Facts on Transgender Rights and Gender Equality, TGEU
- Safe and Strong, Victorian Government
- Gender pay equity, Fair Work Australia
- Change the story, Our Watch
- (En)countering resistance, VicHealth
Videos & podcasts
- How to design gender bias out of your workplace | Sara Sanford
- Confessions of a bad feminist, Roxane Gay
other intersectional resources
it’s vital to consider the intersecting effects of systems such as sexism and racism when you work on improving gender equity. See our other resources here.
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This A4 PDF consists of intertwine’s privilege wheel and prompts to add the labels on the axes that create marginalisation and oppression.
Our most requested resource, the privilege wheel handout is designed for use in small group discussion as part of intersectionality training. Although it is free, we ask that you add a donation to your order if you or your organisation can afford it. intertwine pays 1% of all income to First Nations communities via the Pay the Rent Grassroots Collective.