Michael Gay on balancing career and family, based in his experience of combining a busy practice, professional commitments and toddler twins.
Michael Gay reflects on the importance of fair and equitable recruitment in architectural practice.
Part-time employment can have enormous benefits – to employers and employees, but also to the creative process, argues Madeline Sewall.
When it comes to creating a motivated and well-supported architectural workforce, mentoring is a no-brainer, argues Michael Smith.
Meet Alice Springs–based architect Susan Dugdale, the latest profile in our Women in Architecture series.
Women make great leaders, but a seat at the top table is often elusive. Emma Williamson explores the obstacles women face on the road to the top.
Our latest profile in the Women in Architecture series is GHD Woodhead architect and new NCGE member Catherine Startari, who has returned to home base after seven years working abroad.
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Meet the new-look National Committee for Gender Equity, a welcome mix of familiar faces and newcomers.
Meet Professor Kirsten Orr, Head of School of Architecture & Design at the University of Tasmania.
Be prepared, speak with authority and, above all else, deliver on the project. It's the best way to stymie gender bias on site, says Daphne Cheong.
Lee Hillam profiles BKA Architecture, a firm with an impressive approach to equitable employment, and explores the benefits of a flexible, part-time and gender-equitable workforce.
The NSW Gender Equity Taskforce (GET) is making a difference (and you can too!). Lee Hillam talks with Callantha Brigham.
Michael Smith is urging all members of the Australian Institute of Architects to support a campaign for more diverse leadership. We republish his letter to members.
Meet Clare Kwok, our latest profile in the National Gender Equity Committee's Women in Architecture series.