Gender Equality in the Public Sector

The state of Victoria has a Gender Equality Act [2020] and a Commission to govern it. This means that defined public sector entities are obligated to fulfil duties under the Act to drive gender equality in their workforce and in the way they provide a service to the community.

MindTribes was selected as a panel provider for the Commission for Gender Equality in the Public Sector and has worked with a number of entities in 2021 and 2022 to support the fulfilment of their obligations.

MindTribes also wrote the gender intersectional guidance for the Commission producing, podcasts, case-studies and a detailed paper to encourage entities to ensure gender equality is made for all women.

MindTribes also won a research grant together with the Victorian Multicultural Commission to investigate how organisations and leaders could support women of colour’s career mobility. See more here.

We are working with this best practice standard of gender equality making with all of our clients across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

Acknowledgement to Country

At MindTribes, we pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of Australia. Representing the oldest living culture in the world, First Nations people have been the traditional custodians of this land for more than 65000 years. Australia, is the only commonwealth country that does not have a signed treaty (a formal agreement with the government and Indigenous people). We at MindTribes are committed to ensuring that every client we partner with has a meaningful and action-based Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)– whilst we don’t design or deliver a RAP, one of our first principles is not doing business with a client who does not have a RAP or an intention to execute a RAP in the time we are with them.

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