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Diversity Council Australia Limited
Diversity Council Australia Limited is the independent, not-for-profit workplace diversity advisor to business in Australia. DCA provides diversity advice and strategy to over 350 organisations, many of whom are Australia’s biggest employers. DCA member organisations are estimated to employ more than one million Australians, representing around 10 per cent of the Australian workforce.
Business Women Australia
Business Women Australia is a membership collective of leaders and learners, helping each other achieve success in business and life. The organisation delivers professional development programs, business knowledge workshops and opportunities for personal and professional growth in a variety of locations around Australia and online.  Known for their inclusive values and generous spirit, members are united in facilitating and celebrating the achievements of all women in business.  Business Women Australia provides services and support to business women across all levels of commerce, government and not-for-profit sectors bridging communities to connect and expand influential networks.  

Business Women Australia is proud to be partnering again with the Women’s Leadership Summit.

Bring along your name card on the day of the event and stand a chance to win :
  • The Winner : BWA will offer a door prize at each event in each state being a one year complimentary CLASSIC membership and a copy of the book "Extra.Ordinary Business Women" published by Business Women Australia and Creatavision Publishing PLUS 10% discount for any additional annual prepaid memberships for employees of the organisation from which the winning member works (at Classic or Premium levels).
  • 2nd prize winner  : being a 10% discount on annual BWA membership at any level plus a copy of the book.
  • 3rd prize winner : being a copy of the book.
DCC Jobs Working for Women
DCC is a jobs board with a  difference! We ask the hard questions on your behalf to help women find employment in companies that actually want you for who you are. DCC pre-screen employers on paid parental leave, pay equity, flexible working and much more. If they don’t meet our criteria, they simply cannot advertise. This information is not publicly listed elsewhere and is an essential tool in your job search when assessing employers.
Australian Womens Network
Australian Womens Network (AWN) will be celebrating International Men’s Day 2017 (IMD), which has the potential to become the global medium to heal our world. The concept and themes of IMD are designed to give hope to the depressed, faith to the lonely, comfort to the broken-hearted, transcend barriers, eliminate stereotypes and create a more caring, humane society. Our aim of IMD is to promote goodwill and positively transform the lives of many. We genuinely believe that the observance of IMD has resulted in greater stability in the lives of men and has guided them from darkness into light.
Our objective is to celebrate IMD and focus on men’s and boy’s health, improving gender relations, promoting gender equality and highlighting male role models. It will also celebrate their achievements and contributions, in particular their contribution to community, family, marriage and child care. 
Young Professional Women Australia
Young Professional Women Australia was founded to establish a peer-to-peer networking community for the next generation of female senior executives and boardroom leaders - professional women in early  to middle stage of their career who are looking for sustainable careers.  It is a place for women to connect, collaborate and explore opportunities to grow as individuals and leaders.
Analysis & Policy Observatory
The Analysis & Policy Observatory is an award-winning research collection and information service curating key resources to support evidence-informed policy and practice. APO hosts and provides free access to a wide range of grey literature, data, journal articles and books, audio and video and online resources and the tools to publish, search, manage and track content, people and organisations.
Australian Women in Agriculture (AWia)
Australian Women in Agriculture is committed to ensuring that women influence the agricultural agenda. We achieve this by ensuring our Members are INFORMED, enabling them to INFLUENCE decision making at all levels. As an INNOVATIVE organisation we seek to INVEST in our Members and wider network to create an INCLUSIVE agricultural industry.
AWiA is a non-profit incorporated organisation established in 1994. It is Australia’s peak organisation for women across all areas of agriculture. It exists to ensure that agricultural women have the capacity, confidence and channel to be able to have their voice heard, from the dining table to the boardroom table to the political table.
Members are part of a recognised and dedicated national network involved in the development and support of Australian primary production, rural industries and communities, in partnership with industry and governments. 
Ambition is a leading global boutique recruitment and consulting services business operating in a select number of specialist areas across Australia, the UK and major cities in Asia. Our recruitment teams access hard-to-find, high-calibre professionals spanning Ambition within the disciplines of Finance, Technology, Accounting Support and Business Support. Ambition’s unique Diversity & Inclusion function, specifically works to address the issues many organisations face with their imbalance in equity groups, both within their existing culture, and with their selection and recruitment practices.
The Positivity Institute (PI) is a positively deviant organisation dedicated to the research and
application of well-being science for life, school and work. PI’s BHAG (big, hairy, audacious
goal) is to create flourishing lives and increase the well-being of the world!
Secret Sisterhood is a women's movement that aims to empower, uplift and inspire women globally. Secret Sisterhood creates beautiful jewellery that features the Sisterhood symbol of women's empowerment and from the jewellery sales gives 90% of all profits to women's charities. 

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