In the last 12 months, KPMG published our research and opinions on three important issues. These highlight gender imbalance and make strong recommendations for change
With the introduction of modern slavery legislation in Australia, the responsibility of boards just stepped into another complex area.
Who is Mardi Gras really for these days, and why do we need it?
As of 1 January 2019 the clock started for business with directors accountable for annual public modern slavery statements that describe how the business is identifying and managing modern slavery risks
To achieve equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples we need to start recognising the consequences and impact of intergenerational trauma
This week in Davos the World Economic Forum is asking itself – what are the most effective levers to put an end to modern slavery? A nuanced, multi-layered response is required.
Even so, human rights violations continue and we now expect more of business, increasingly calling for greater accountability for non-financial risks.
Maranguka Justice Reinvestment in Bourke: landmark report demonstrates economic impact of $3.1 million
This is the first ever report of its kind in Australia, assessing the substantial economic impacts of investing in justice reinvestment and supporting communities to lead the solutions.
I grew up with a mum who suffers from mental illness. Maybe it was a sign of the times but my family and I weren’t educated on mental illness, and so it went undetected for too long.
Corporate support for the LGBTIQ community is a mainstay of many firms now, including KPMG. But for the LGBTIQ community, uncloseted acceptance in the workplace is still a relatively new phenomenon.