UN Women National Committee Australia and Isentia Media Intelligence Announce Partnership

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UN Women National Committee (NC) Australia is pleased to announce their partnership with media intelligence company Isentia in a joint effort to accelerate gender equality.

Isentia, in support of the world's women and girls, are proud to be able to provide valuable media intelligence and reporting to strengthen UN Women NC Australia's fundraising activities and events throughout the year, including their inaugural International Women's Day events across Australia.

UN Women NC Australia are pleased to stand alongside a company that aligns with UN Women's commitment to gender inclusion and equality. Isentia is committed to diversity and inclusion through their policy and practices across the group. Chief Human Resources Officer for Isentia Kelly Young notes, "We believe diversity is our strength. Working together as one team is a core value to who we are and how we deliver to our clients. We continually strive to be a workplace that embraces and values diversity, taking opportunities to share and celebrate our uniqueness."

Like UN Women's efforts to promote gender equality, nurturing diversity and inclusion is at the heart of Isentia's work. "We see the benefits of diversity and inclusion from its contribution in achieving our strategic objectives and enhances our reputation," continues Ms Young. "It enables us to make more informed and innovative decisions, drawing on the wide range of ideas, experiences, approaches and perspectives that our people from diverse backgrounds, with differing skill sets, bring to their roles.  A diverse workplace gives us a better representation of our stakeholders and markets."

UN Women NC Australia Executive Director Janelle Weissman said of the partnership, "We are delighted to have Isentia's support on the path to achieving parity. Gender equality can only be achieved by working together. It is fantastic to have the incredible support of organisations like Isentia, standing with us to empower the world's women and girls."

 
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