Compiling, analysing and disseminating data is a very important part of Parlour’s advocacy and activism, and has had a great impact. Now Gill Matthewson’s data analysis is available for you to use in making change in your own context.
Parlour works with data to reveal the shape of the profession and the participation of women within it. This helps make women visible, while also pointing to structural problems that must be addressed.
Dr Gill Matthewson leads Parlour’s statistical analysis has now prepared an overview of the data on women’s participation in the profession and why it matters. We provide this summary to assist others advocating for gender equity within their own professional context.
Print it out, pass it around, use it in presentations as you advocate for gender equity in architecture.
The data from the 2016 Census will be available in late 2017. We will update the analysis as soon as this information is available. This will take time and money – if you are in a position to support Parlour’s ongoing analysis and advocacy please donate and become a Parlour Friend!
NOTE: This PDF was updated on 22 June, 2017.