AACA are pleased to be a supporter of the latest Parlour Census Report 2001–2021: Gender & diversity in Australian architecture
We quote from 2 pages of the Parlour website:
The latest Parlour Census tracks 20 years of progress – some fast, some slow. It captures some remarkable positive change and identifies key issues that continue to impede career progression. The report includes new material about the gendered impact of parenting (extreme) and new data about business ownership in relation to practice size (sobering). Importantly, the report takes an intersectional approach and investigates the pay gap in terms of cultural diversity and gender (devastating).
The Census is an immensely valuable source of information about the architectural workforce. It records changes over time and reveals shifting patterns of participation. The 2021 analysis shows that, although substantial progress has been made, there is still continuing inequity in the profession.
Link to Census Wrap https://aaca.org.au/wp-content/uploads/Parlour-Census-Wrap-2001-2021.pdf
Link to Full Report https://aaca.org.au/wp-content/uploads/Parlour-Census-Full-report-2001-2021.pdf