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Type: Report
Title: Better together: Increasing male engagement in gender equality efforts in Australia
Authors: Jorna, Freek
Verastegui, Chio
Boddington, Jenny
Morphet, Sue
Institutional author: Bain & Company
Chief Executive Women
Keywords: Gender equality;Australia;Economics;Women - Employment;Women - Economic conditions;Gender-based analysis;Gender gap;Social issues
Year: 9999
Publisher: Bain & Company

Bain & Company and Chief Executive Women’s seventh report on gender parity in Australia examines which men are taking action and why others may not.

In the workplacewhile most men (76 percent) are gender equality supporters, few (17%) prioritise taking action. This is the key finding from Bain & Company and Chief Executive Women’s (CEW) seventh Australia gender parity report, Better Together: Increasing Male Engagement in Gender Equality Efforts in Australia.

Bain & Company and CEW surveyed almost 2,000 Australians across more than 14 industries to understand the current levels of male engagement with gender equality initiatives, the most effective motivators to increase it and the barriers preventing uptake.

Physical description: 22 pages
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