Prue shares with you her advice on how to recognise and avoid discrimination in your workplace.
The Comeback Boys Club. It’s a thing…and its time to end it.
We love this poem by NY Times best selling author, Pamela Redmond Satran.
On paper, Australian women and girls can do anything, but equality as a practice is yet to be realised.
A conversation with Lauren Arnell, Captain of Carlton Football Club, where we discuss the AFLW pay debate and the fight to give gender inequality the boot.
National Teacher's Day - a time to reflect on those who support us to educate and form our children.
We share with you the take home messages from the Victorian Lawyers Lesbia Harford address, delivered by Clementine Ford.
We reflect on why its important for the courts do more to prosecute workplace discrimination cases.
In light of the widespread workplace discrimination within the AFP we take a look at what workplaces can do to stamp out discrimination in organisations.
We take a look at former Seven News employee Talitha Cummins’ decision to pursue her case for workplace discrimination in the Federal Court.
We take a look at what men have to gain from gender equality both in and out of the workplace.
We take a look at why the gender pay gap continues to manifest within organisations.
We take a look at the ways that you can implement “dadirri'“, or deep listening, into your life.
We take a look at some of the extraordinary contributions individuals and businesses are making to promote the dignity and potential of every human being, as recognised at this years Human Rights Business Awards.
What can we do to reach gender equality in our lifetime?
When it comes to enabling gender equality, there’s more we can all be doing. Here, we share ten smart strategies to level the playing field in your workplace.
Prue outlines the business case for equalising the pay between male and female players in the AFL.
Beyond Blue’s new campaign reminds us all of what subtle discrimination looks like.
Meet Jemma, a 41 year old mother of two. While pregnant with her first child, Jemma was discriminated against by her employer. This is her story...
We give you the tools to allow you to stand up to discrimination in your workplace.
We shed light on some of the mental health struggles that many new mothers face.
We give you all the facts from the new Gender Equity Insights 2016: Inside Australia's Gender Pay Gap, report.
We explore why simply offering Paid Parental Leave isn’t enough to encourage new fathers to take time off work.
We take a look at a new report which found that CEOs with daughters are more socially responsible on every metric
We share the inspirational story of Cate Sayers, and her journey to create the dance school e.motion21.
Today at Gracepapers we celebrate World Mental Health Day.
We reflect on the story of journalist and commentator Tracey Spicer, who was subjected to blatant discrimination during her time at Channel 10.
We give the mangers in the Grace Papers community some tools to address gender pay gaps that manifest in their organisations.
Prue takes a look at what changes the government should make to improve Australia’s Paid Parental Leave Policy.
Prue reflects on the ways in which Ellen Pao’s story reflects her own experiences, and the experiences of the many women that Grace Papers works with.