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Hear from leaders who have driven Workplace Equality and Respect in their organisations to discover how you can adapt the process to promote and embed gender equality in your own workplace.

Achieving cultural change at Uniting

Lee-anne Chapman from Uniting talks about bringing staff and stakeholders from all levels of a multi-site organisation along on the Workplace Equality and Respect process.

Uniting is a not for profit organisation offering a range of services to the community including aged care; drug and alcohol services; child, youth and family services; disability and employment services. During the implementation Connections Uniting Care had 400 staff across 11 sites. It has since merged and is now known as Uniting.

This case study relates the Standards Conditions, Support and Culture.

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Bringing everyone to the same table at Multicultural Centre for Women's Health

Rosi Aryal from Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health talks about partnering with another organisation to share expertise and get backing from leadership to develop the capacity of women working in aged care to take on leadership roles.

Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health is a community-based organisation led by and for women from migrant and refugee backgrounds that provides health information in-language. Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health worked with Mercy Health, an aged care provider across a number of sites in Victoria, to implement Workplace Equality and Respect.

This case study relates the Standards Commitment and Culture.

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Leadership, listening and belonging at North Melbourne Football Club

Cameron McLeod from North Melbourne Football Club talks about why it’s important for businesses to promote gender equality, deeply listen to what’s happening in their organisations and how the club created a Gender Equality Action Plan to take them into a gender equal future.

Ben Brown is a player at North Melbourne Football Club and a passionate advocate for gender equality. Ben talks about the importance of women in roles across all levels of a workplace in order to achieve equality, respect and create real change.

North Melbourne Football Club is a Victorian AFL club with 240 employees represented across 12 departments including (but  not limited to) football (including players), membership, marketing, community engagement and sponsorship. Employees work across a number of locations including North Melbourne, Werribee and Hobart.

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