Inclusive Australia's Social Inclusion Index 2020-21 Launch
Social Inclusion Index
Social inclusion in Australia has proven remarkably resilient during the pandemic, confirming that disasters do bring people closer together. However, the results also highlighted two spikes in discrimination against young people and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Our panelists share their views on how we can achieve a better demographic and cognitive mix in the Boardroom and how to create the right culture that welcomes diverse perspectives, encourages discussion and healthy debate, and converts them into better decision-making.
As Australians prepare to vote, the latest Social Inclusion Index reveals a declining national identity. Australians are identifying less with their country and community and for some, life in Australia has become a battle to belong.
Any time we find ourselves exposed to a conversation or a situation where humanity is being talked down, then we should be the advocate to say "hang on a minute we're better than that, humanity is better than that"
DR. GILL HICKS
Founder, M.A.D. Minds
Hear our experienced panel offer up some solutions to the serious inclusion gaps in our systems exposed by the pandemic.
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Individuals and organisations with a story to tell are encouraged to get in touch so we can help their voices be heard.