• Organization TypeInstitute, Advocacy NGO
  • Staff26-50
  • Founded2010

Male Champions of Change

Male Champions of Change (MCC) Institute works with influential leaders to redefine men’s role in taking action on gender inequality. It activates peer groups of influential male leaders, supports them to step up beside women, and drives the adoption of actions across private sector and government.  The first MCC peer group, the Founding Group, began in 2010 with 8 Australian leaders and has since grown to a group of 30 CEOs, Board Directors, Government Department, University and Military leaders. New groups are forming across different organisations, sectors and geographies.  The MCC coalition now encompasses eight groups, amounting to around 130 leaders across Australia.  The heart of The Male Champions of Change strategy involves men of power and influence forming a high profile coalition to achieve change on gender equality issues in organisations and communities. They take the following approach to get moving, get momentum and accelerate impact. Meet at least four times a year as a group. As this is a leadership strategy, no delegates are accepted. Agree on a shared purpose, clear priorities and publicly commit to using individual and collective leadership and resources to advance gender equity. Establish a support team that works with us to ensure they deliver on individual and shared commitments. Share experiences, data and reflect on own leadership. Listen widely and develop personal insights into the issues and opportunities for improvement. Work together to identify and implement progressive, high impact actions that disrupt the status quo and create meaningful and lasting change. Lead with action and advocacy, working within and across organisations and collectively at a community level. Hold themselves accountable, evaluating and sharing experiences and results widely. They encourage peers and teams to participate in the strategy. The approach is simple, practical and adaptable – but it does require commitment. 
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Contract Awards

Provision Of Management Advisory Services

Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

Provision of Education and Training Services

Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

Provision of Management Advisory Services

Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

Provision of Professional Associations

Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

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  • Australia