- What is SAGE? (Video)
- Australia Needs Women in Science Leadership (Video)
- Impact of Athena SWAN
- SAGE Pilot Athena SWAN Materials
- Gender Equity in STEMM
- Workshop summary: Exploring Departmental Awards for SAGE
- Workshop summary: Shifting the Spectrum of Male Engagement in Gender Equity (SAGE WA Regional Network)
- Workshop summary: Walking in the shoes of others: Seeing and overcoming the complexities of intersectionality (SAGE ACT Regional Network)
- Workshop summary: Achieving gender equity targets through systemic change (SAGE NSW Regional Network)
Developed by the SAGE ACT Regional Network, the Intersectionality Walk is an educational package for understanding how various identity characteristics compound disadvantage. In the Walk, participants assume realistic, multifaceted personas in simulated work-based scenarios.
The Walk and its impact on participants is described in the 2021 paper “Seeing and overcoming the complexities of intersectionality“, published by members of the ACT Regional Network.
To learn more about the Walk or to facilitate one at your organisation, download the resources below:
- Briefing Video, ~4 min
- Intersectionality Walk Slide Deck
- Intersectionality Walk Pack, as a PDF or Word document
- Virtual Walk tracker, as an add-on option to use with the Intersectionality Walk Pack.
- Women in Science in Australia: Maximising Productivity, Diversity & Innovation. Professor Sharon Bell
- Women in the Science Research Workforce: Identifying and Sustaining the Diversity Advantage. Professor Sharon Bell
- Athena SWAN Awardees Share Tips for Success: Silver and Gold departments discuss the benefits and experiences of undertaking Athena SWAN
- Subtle Structures in Academia: David Ruebain, Athena Swan UK. Background on Athena SWAN and its impact on UK
- Understanding Unconscious Bias. Royal Society
- STEMM’s got talent, but nearly lost it. Video featuring CSIRO, CSU, ANU, UC, UniSA, UniSYD, Cambridge, Sep 2017.
- Women in Science Summit 2016 (USA). Includes advice from Jane Goodall and discussion of women in science research by Dr Kate Clancy
- Gender Equity in Ecology: Professors Emma Johnston and Mark Burgman give the keynote address at the 2015 annual conference for the Ecological Society of Australia, Dec 2015.
- Has Anyone Seen a Woman? Dr Deb Verhoeven on the “parade of patriarchs” at the Global Digital Humanities Conference 2015. (Transcript).
- Why Gender Equality is Good for Everyone — Men Included. Professor Michael Kimmel on TED.