Large Silicon Valley firms are not particularly diverse in terms of gender or race, but there are some companies doing better than their peers.
New guidelines outline language practitioners should use when caring for transgender kids.
Despite the "Yes" vote, Australia has a long way to go in accepting sexuality and gender fluidity, especially in schools. Changing strict uniform rules is a small step in the right direction.
Whoever replaces the directors resigning at AMP and the Commonwealth Bank will likely be drawn from a small pool of people.
Amazon, like the entire tech sector, has suffered from a lack of diversity in its workforce. This trend is likely to continue when it opens a second headquarters in one of 20 cities.
Leaving young people to figure sexuality and sex out themselves could result in ill-informed decision-making, and withholds knowledge that is their right to have.
The decision to exclude transgender woman Hannah Mouncey from the AFLW may breach anti-discrimination law, and contradicts the AFL’s public position of embracing diversity and inclusivity.
New research on gendered roles in top-grossing movies has found that 83% of characters in family films with a STEM career are men.
Why are the opinion pages of Australia's media pages less diverse than even ASX 200 boards?
Some of the myths about why more women don't code and get jobs in ICT are shown in a new satirical campaign. But is raising a woman's menstrual cycle the right way to go?
The relationship between social science research and advocates and policymakers is undermined if they cherry-pick evidence that supports their goals, ignoring the wider field.
It's fitting that on International Women's Day we recognise the fact that greater diversity in science boosts research and its economic outcomes.
Critiques of the Academy Awards’ lack of diversity have become a well-rehearsed response to the revelation of nominees. But this year, something might give.
The role of an engineer has diversified over the years to be something more than just building structures. But that is yet to be reflected in the way we teach the engineers of the future.
A central argument made against same-sex marriage is that children born into these marriages will be disadvantaged: they will grow up with inappropriate gender role modelling and be bullied at school.
For every woman at the peak of the academic ladder there are many others who have been left behind.
By assuming that prior service on a board is the prerequisite to success, companies are overlooking a large pool of talented women.
By featuring girls who buck the conventions of their world – and ours – films like Insurgent inspire fans to enact real change.
The UK-based 30% Club, which aims to increase the number of women on boards is coming to Australia. But does its back-room approach really work?
Even when women and minorities earn STEM degrees, they don't take the next step into gainful employment at the same rates as white men.