Supporting Bodies

 Australian Institute of Project Management

The Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) is the premier, longest-serving body for project management in Australia. With over 10,000 members, we are recognised by Australian business, industry and government as the key promoter, developer and leader in project management professionalism.

AIPM is the second-largest member of the International Project Management Association (IPMA), as well as the secretariat of the Asia Pacific Federation of Project Management (apfpm), an organisation initiated by the AIPM in early 2010.

 2017 Pride in Practice Conference

Monday 4 Dec – Wednesday 6 Dec 2017
Sheraton, 27 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC

Pride in Practice Conference is the only national conference dedicated to LGBTI inclusion across workplaces, sporting organisations and the health and human services sector.

Delegates will hear from industry experts on best practice; gain insight into the award winning initiatives of the 2017 Platinum and Gold Employers (based on the results of the 2017 AWEI) and have the opportunity to actively contribute to the Australian LGBTI inclusion landscape.

 Diversity Council Australia

Diversity Council Australia (DCA) is the independent not-for-profit peak body leading diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We provide unique research, inspiring events and programs, curated resources and expert advice across all diversity dimensions to a community of member organisations.

DCA has over 450 members, many of whom are Australia’s business diversity leaders and biggest employers. Some of our founding members include ANZ Bank, AMP, Boral, Coles, IBM Australia, Myer, Orica, Rio Tinto and Westpac.

DCA is not government funded - its income is generated from membership fees, sponsorships and services to business.

DCA, formerly known as the Council for Equal Opportunity in Employment Ltd, was established in 1985 as a joint initiative of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Business Council of Australia to demonstrate the business community's commitment to equal opportunity for women.

Our focus since then has expanded to cover all aspects of diversity in employment, reflecting changes in practice to embrace all areas of the diversity of human resources.

Government Workplace Diversity Summit 2019