News in 2010
ASX500 moving on diversity… but there is a long way to go
A joint workshop held by Chartered Secretaries Australia (CSA) and Women on Boards has revealed ASX companies are starting to adopt gender diversity policies as a direct result of the changes to the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Principles and Recommendations.
Women losers in 2010 Federal election
The hidden outcome of the 2010 Federal Election is a sharp drop in the number of women in the House of Representatives to below 25 per cent.
Looming issue for ASX rules on gender reporting
Survey finds that ASX companies not so well prepared for gender reporting.
Churchill Fellowship will investigate quotas in the boardroom
Claire Braund, Executive Director of Women on Boards, has been awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate the impact of boardroom gender quotas in Norway, Spain and France.
Industry regulation improving gender diversity on ASX200 boards
Women on Boards welcomes the news that more than 20 per cent of director appointments to ASX200 companies in 2010 have been women.
International Women's Day - A benchmark for gender diversity on boards
Australia’s first comprehensive index to track the performance of key sectors in our economy on gender diversity in the boardroom has been released to mark International Women's Day.