2018: WOB calls for 40:40 by 2020
Of the 15 sectors analysed only some state governments, the Federal Government, Not For Profits, Affordable Housing, some health boards and University boards made the 40% grade. WOB has advocated for a minimum of 40% of the under-represented gender to the target for all boards for at least 10 years. With the support of the mighty WOB network it has put thousands of women on boards
2011: 100th International Women's Day: Women still marking time in the boardroom
Australian boards are not becoming more gender diverse and we run the risk of sidelining this critical issue in the hype surrounding the ASX200, a leading advocate and broker for women into board roles warned today.
Women on Boards used the occasion of the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day to remind people that women occupy fewer than 25 per cent of board roles on all but Government boards, and this is not trending upwards.
Launching its 2nd Boardroom Diversity Index, the only comprehensive publicly available index that tracks the performance of
2009: ASX 200 below 10%
Female participation on ASX200 company board showed a marginal increase the number of women on boards, up from 8.3 per cent in 2008 to 8.7 per cent in 2009.