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Women of Water Happenings
3 January 2018

QLD Women of Water Happenings

Around 20 ladies came together for the final WoW @The Communal gathering in 2017 on 24 November in Brisbane. We have had a consistent attendance at these bi-monthly get-togethers which have seen lots of new connections made and old ones rekindled.
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20 September 2017

NSW Seminar - Diversity and Inclusion in the Water Industry

In September the NSW Branch of the Australian Water Association, with support from Sydney Water Corporation and GHD, held an event on diversity and inclusion in the water industry and provided a space for dialogue on topics of gender and cultural diversity.
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18 May 2017

New initiative asks the water industry to contribute stories of inclusion and diversity

The Channeling Change program’s goal is to lead by example and show how encouraging the right behaviours can galvanise support for a more diverse and inclusive sector.
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Tayo Adepoyibi
4 December 2017

Channeling change across sectors by embracing diversity

The Australian Water Association last week held interviews with some of its members as part of the Channeling Change program about how they’re empowering their staff to embrace diversity and inclusion on all fronts.
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Gender diversity
1 August 2017

Fixing a leaky pipeline

There are ample pools of female talent in the water sector but women remain under-represented in leadership positions. Why is the industry’s pipeline leaking and what’s being done to stem the flow?
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30 October 2017

VIC Seminar - Gender Diversity is good for Business

The Victorian Branch of the Australian Water Association along with GHD and DELWP hosted a sell-out gender diversity event on Tuesday, 17 October, attended by a wide range of water industry professionals from Victoria and interstate.
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10 July 2017

Gender diversity key to water industry innovation

A leading water researcher has been named one of Science and Technology Australia’s Superstars of STEM, a program designed to highlight and support gender diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
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