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Human rights considerations are good for investors
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  MONDAY, 1 MAY 2017
... equally as important as political risks when making investment decisions. A new report from the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), in collaboration with professional services firm EY, says the business case for the financial services industry ...
Archaic gender rules mask super benefits
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 14 DEC 2016
... do so. McGregor is part of a community exposed to archaic gender rules. Research from the Australian Human Rights Commission shows as many as 11 out of 100 Australians belong to a sexual orientation or gender identity outside the conventional male or ...
Bank levy upsets senior lobby
JAMES FERNYHOUGH  |  FRIDAY, 2 AUG 2013
... among retirees came under the spotlight, with the release of a manual on retirement from the Australian Human Rights Commission, and a call from National Seniors Australia for mandatory financial education for seniors although details of their proposal ...
Financial literacy in retirement a human rights issue: AHRC
JAMES FERNYHOUGH  |  WEDNESDAY, 31 JUL 2013
... issue, with the release of a manual aimed at helping people prepare for retirement by the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC). The release coincided with a call from National Seniors Australia, the consumer lobby for older Australians, for a coordinated ...
Former AIST chief takes on age discrimination
RACHEL DAVIS  |  WEDNESDAY, 3 AUG 2011
... discrimination commissioner. The role will be allocated $4 million over four years through the Australian Human Rights Commission. Ms Ryan has proven experience in addressing discrimination, implementing anti-discrimination policy and also advocating ...
Adviser award highlights need for women-centric advice
MATT WOODINGTON  |  TUESDAY, 22 MAR 2011
... social and fiscal implications for us all." Clark referred to a 2006 report quoted on the Australian Human Rights commission website suggesting that half of women aged between 45 and 59 have less than $8000 in retirement savings. The AFA said that the ...
The invisible issue in super
MICHAEL HOBBS  |  TUESDAY, 22 SEP 2009
... Sydney Institute, Broderick, who is also commissioner responsible for age discrimination at the Australian Human Rights Commission, said women are unfairly deprived of decent superannuation savings because the average woman does not work as long as the ...
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