For media requests, please email our PR Consultant Caroline La Rose of Vu Consulting. Vu Consulting is a boutique PR and communications team of senior experts driven by impact. They are WoC-owned, WoC-led, and WoC-staffed. We are very proud and honoured to partner with them.

Media releases

Media coverage

Everyone wants WOC on their teams, but are they actually willing to give them a voice?

The importance of allyship to build a more inclusive workplace culture for women of colour

Freedom Rally: When discomfort gets conflated with oppression

‘Racism, sexism, tokenism’: The reality for women of colour in Australia’s workplaces

Women of colour still face discrimination at work. Here’s what business owners can do about it

For many Australian women of colour, even everyday gestures carry the threat of racism

Report: Working women of colour experience discrimination despite D&I policies

Charities urged to create safer environment for people of colour

For many women of colour the workplace is full of challenges

Discrimination of diverse women at work

Non-Anglo women in Australia face significant discrimination at work despite D&I policies says new research

Discrimination of diverse women at work

Discrimination of diverse women at work

Discrimination of diverse women at work

Women of colour are still experiencing “disproportionate discrimination” in the workplace, despite diversity and inclusion policies

Women of colour are still victim to discrimination in the workplace

Discrimination of diverse women at work

Survey finds 60 percent of women of colour face discrimination

Six in 10 Australian women of colour experience discrimination at work, survey finds

Sixty percent of women of colour in Australia experience workplace discrimination, survey finds

‘Racism, tokenism and sexism’ in Australian workplaces

Let’s Talk: What is the best business advice you ever received?

Everyone wants WOC on their teams, but are they actually willing to give them a voice?

The importance of allyship to build a more inclusive workplace culture for women of colour

Freedom Rally: When discomfort gets conflated with oppression

‘Racism, sexism, tokenism’: The reality for women of colour in Australia’s workplaces

Women of colour still face discrimination at work. Here’s what business owners can do about it

For many Australian women of colour, even everyday gestures carry the threat of racism

Report: Working women of colour experience discrimination despite D&I policies

Charities urged to create safer environment for people of colour

For many women of colour the workplace is full of challenges

Discrimination of diverse women at work

Non-Anglo women in Australia face significant discrimination at work despite D&I policies says new research

Discrimination of diverse women at work

Discrimination of diverse women at work

Discrimination of diverse women at work

Women of colour are still experiencing “disproportionate discrimination” in the workplace, despite diversity and inclusion policies

Women of colour are still victim to discrimination in the workplace

Discrimination of diverse women at work

Survey finds 60 percent of women of colour face discrimination

Six in 10 Australian women of colour experience discrimination at work, survey finds

Sixty percent of women of colour in Australia experience workplace discrimination, survey finds

‘Racism, tokenism and sexism’ in Australian workplaces

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