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Department of Premier and Cabinet

Women on Tasmanian boards and committees

Increasing women’s participation

The Tasmanian Government is committed to providing the community with greater opportunities to participate in its decision making processes, and believes the membership of boards and committees should reflect the rich diversity of our community.

Tasmanian Women's Register ButtonTasmanian Government boards and committees play an important strategic role in providing leadership and direction across every area of Tasmanian Government activity.

The Government is keen to see more boards and committees draw on the expertise of Tasmanian women, and has established an on-line register to assist in increasing women’s representation.

Women on Board 2011-13: Strategy for increasing women's representation on Tasmanian Government boards and committees

Women on Board 2011-13 identifies a number of actions that will be undertaken by the Department of Premier and Cabinet to promote women for membership to government boards and committees.  The strategy focuses on increasing the awareness of women of the opportunities that exist for board membership, training and mentoring opportunities and implementing specific actions to promote women as candidates for board appointment.

Women on Board 2011-13: Strategy for increasing women's representation on Tasmanian Government boards and committees
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About the Tasmanian Women's Register

The Tasmanian Women’s Register is a secure on-line database of women who would like to be appointed to Government boards and committees. The Register assists in identifying suitable women who are skilled, experienced and interested in appointment. The Register is administered by the Community Development Division, in the Department of Premier and Cabinet.

The Women’s Register enables you to enter information about your educational and professional qualifications, employment and unpaid work experience as well as other areas of interest and expertise. You can also indicate your interest in appointment to a board or committee in the business or community sectors, and/or your interest in programs which provide mentoring support to girls and women.

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The Register is available to Ministers, Ministerial advisers and designated officers in each department, and is maintained in accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act 2004. The Register is password protected to ensure that the integrity and confidentiality of information is maintained, and only authorised people can conduct searches. You may remove your name from the register any time on-line or by emailing womens.register@dpac.tas.gov.au

Want to be considered for a Government business board position?

The Executive search firm Amrop Cordiner King has been engaged to assist in identifying suitably qualified persons for Government business board positions.

If you have the necessary skills and wish to be considered for a position on a government business board, you can register your interest at http://tasgov.amrop.com.au/.

To find out more go to http://www.treasury.tas.gov.au or phone 6233 3100.


See also:

Other State and Territory Government board registers
Useful links and resources

Community Development Division
Phone: 03 6232 7133
Toll-free phone: 1800 204 224
Fax: 03 6233 9421
Email: cdd@dpac.tas.gov.au

View the full contact details for the Community Development Division, including our North and North-West regional offices.

If you are deaf, hearing-impaired or speech-impaired, you can contact us through the National Relay Service:

  • TTY users phone 133 677, then ask for 03 6232 7133
  • Speak and Listen users phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 03 6232 7133
  • Internet relay users connect to the NRS www.relayservice.com.au then ask for 03 6232 7133
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