Celebrating the 2023 International Women’s Day

Celebrating the 2023 International Women’s Day

AACA CEO Kathlyn Loseby was featured alongside 50+ inspirational women shaping the direction of architecture by the Australian Institute of Architects.

In responding to the change she would like to see in the next year, Kathlyn states “I want to see more women become registered in Australia. The percentage of female registered architects is still substantially lower than 50%”

The theme for the 2023 International Women’s Day is ‘Cracking the Code: Innovation for a gender equal future’.

Based on the priority theme for the United Nations 67th Commission on the Status of Women – Cracking the Code highlights the role that bold, transformative ideas, inclusive technologies, and accessible education can play in combatting discrimination and the marginalisation of women globally.

Innovation is a driver of change and by embracing new technologies and championing the unique skills and knowledge of women in science, technology, mathematics, and engineering (STEM), we can accelerate our progress towards a gender equal future.

While innovation has the power to transform lives, we know that there are still many barriers to equality. Access to inclusive digital technologies and education is critical. We must innovate to close the digital divide that keeps so many women offline and away from new opportunities.


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