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 Business/Bachelor of Government and International Relations
- Bachelor of Human Services/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Laws
- Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Asian Studies
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Asian Studies
- Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Government and International Relations
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Government and International Relations
- Bachelor of Midwifery
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.