Resources & External Opportunities
Women and Finance
In 2009 the WPDN identified financial empowerment for women as a key priority and investigated ways to provide opportunities for women in the University to increase their financial well being through access to information and development opportunities on financial literacy.
- UniSuper - now on North Terrace Campus
- Making the most of your finances - ASIC's Moneysmart
- 'The gender gap in retirement savings' - Sex Discrimination Commission website
- Women's experiences of paid work and planning for retirement - Women's Health Australia study
- Australian Government Office for Women - women and superannuation - taking control of your future
- The National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling: The impact of a sustained gender wage gap on the Australian economy paper provides a comprehensive and detailed account of the impact of the gender wage gap to economic growth.
- The Sound Relationship House: Turn Towards Instead of Away
- 3 steps to be more visible at work
You will also notice a range of publications and papers on significant issues for women at Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet .
Where to start?
The financial information service is an education and expert information service available to everyone in the community. FIS assists people to make informed decisions about investment and financial issues for their current and future needs. FIS is independent, free and confidential and provides a service by phone, by appointment and through seminars. FIS officers are not financial planners. They do not give or sell advice or purchase investment products.
Links to our favourite videos on development/leadership
- How to stop avoiding and face those niggly fears
- Adaptive Leadership – Leading Change
- Negotiating Strategies for Women - Harvard Law School
- Why Women Don’t Apply for Jobs Unless They’re 100% Qualified - Harvard Business Review