The campaign against changes to reporting Gender Equality Indicators in the Workplace Gender Equality Act will be launched at Parliament House in Canberra at 12 noon on Tuesday 18 March – this letter sets out the concerns of a coalition of business, non-government, representative and industry associations representing women working across all sectors.
View letter here – Item 6 Social Policy – March 2014 Letter_Sen Abetz WGEA
View Media Release here – WGEA – Media Release – Gender Reporting – 18 March 2014
View The Breifing paper on the Exposure Drafts for the Workplace Gender Equality Agency Act 2012 here – WGEA – Briefing Paper Gender Reporting – March 2014
Media Release – 25 March 2014 – Senator Abetz and Senator Cash – Minimum Standard for Gender Equality view here – March 2014 Joint Release – Minimum Standard for Gender Equality (2)
Media Release – 26 March 2014 – The Coalition of business, non-government, representative and industry associations representing the interests of working women has welcomed the decision to leave untouched the gender reporting matters pertaining to the Workplace Gender Equality Act in its Repeal Package – March 2014 MRCoalition
Womens Agenda – 26 March 2014 – Women’s groups vindicated as gender reporting stays – http://www.womensagenda.com.au/talking-about/top-stories/women-s-groups-vindicated-as-gender-reporting-stays/201403253786