Griffith University has a long standing commitment to gender equality in its workforce with initiatives in place to support the success of our staff and students.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 5 aims to achieve gender equality.
Griffith is proud to have been consistently recognised as an Employer of Choice for Women (2001-2013) and Gender Equality (2014-present).
Sustainable Development Goals Explained
Griffith University has audited all undergraduate teaching programs, identifying key word matches against each SDG. Our top degrees for this SDG are:
- Bachelor of Arts (Nathan Campus)
- Bachelor of Arts (Gold Coast Campus)
- Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Nathan Campus)
- Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Gold Coast Campus)
- Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Gold Coast Campus)
- Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Mt Gravatt Campus)
- Bachelor of Government and International Relations
- Bachelor of Human Services/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Areas of research undertaken by Griffith researchers include Gender equity in universities, Precarious and vulnerable workers, Women and unions and Work and family.
Research Centres and Institutes
- Centre for Work, Organisation and Well-Being
- Law Futures Centre
- Griffith Asia Institute
- Gender Equality Research Network
Bridging the Gap: Analysing Regulations and Gender Norms in the Workplace
Professor David Peetz of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing and Professor Georgina Murray have released a new book that they have edited that aims to reshape how we look at gender gaps.
Athena SWAN Charter launch - Griffith University
Griffith University is championing gender equality in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine, ensuring women are best positioned to reach their full potential.