Lack of Women Keynotes at AIA Convention Highlights Equality Issues
“The Keynote panel is in no way representative of our collective intellect,” read the letter from over 50 architects and firms challenging the lack of women...
Diversity and Inclusion: More than just Buzzwords
Diversity and inclusion is on the agenda of every board and leadership team across the country, but the engineering and construction sector has the most work...
Is Architecture Still Driving Away Women?
In the wake of new surveys from bodies such as the American Institute of Architects indicating that gender representation remains an issue for the architecture sector,...
Architecture Falls Short on Ethnic and Gender Diversity
The American Institute of Architects' latest survey on diversity in the workplace has uncovered serious shortcomings when it comes to the representation of women and ethnic...
Time to Target Diversity in the Property Sector
Whether it’s doing the hard graft on the construction site or wheeling and dealing on the golf course, property has traditionally been a man’s game.
Why Gender Neutral Toilets Are Here to Stay
Gender neutral toilets cater for people who for many reasons feel uncomfortable using a toilet that is designated as either male, female or unisex. In the...
Survey Reveals Increasing Sexism in Architecture Industry
The Architect’s Journal’s (AJ) Women in Architecture Survey results are in and they show women in the industry face growing issues with gender inequality.
Gender Diversity Offers Big Opportunity for the Property Sector
According to a ground-breaking new study, the property industry has enormous opportunity to improve its economic performance through greater gender diversity.
Australian Construction Culture Pushing Women Out
The construction industry's masculine culture and underlying sexual harassment is pushing women out even though they love their work.
Engineering Change on the Gender Gap
Deepa Kundur is the chair of the Division of Engineering Science at the University of Toronto, and a professor in its Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department...