Why is Networking so Challenging for Architects?
Why does the word networking create fear within many accomplished creative people, in particular architects?
Why Women Architects Still Can’t Be Superwomen
Is work/life harmony a fact of fiction when it comes to women in the architecture field?
Where Are All the Women Engineers?
That’s a question that engineering educators and recruiters have been asking themselves for years now.
PM: Unions Driving Women Out of Construction
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says union thuggery is partly to blame for the lack of women working on construction sites.
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,...
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.
Work Force Diversity is Key to Construction Innovation
The government is busy signing new free trade deals with strategically important partners which controversially are opening the door to more foreign labour entering the Australian...
Zaha Hadid Wins Prestigious Architecture Award
For the first time, the Royal Institute of British Architects has awarded the honor to a woman of her own right.
Girls Urged to Ditch Dolls for Lego
Barbie should be put back in her box to make way for more "creative" toys such as Lego and Meccano that are traditionally given to boys,...