adf-appendices.doc - Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report Australian Human Rights Commission 2012

adf-appendices.doc - Review into the Treatment of Women in...

This preview shows page 1 out of 362 pages.

You've reached the end of your free preview.

Want to read all 362 pages?

Unformatted text preview: Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report Australian Human Rights Commission 2012 Appendices Contents Appendix A: Consultations 5 Appendix A.1: Meetings 5 Appendix A.2: Focus groups 11 Appendix A.3: Executive Consultation Group Participants 13 Appendix B: Survey Information: The Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Survey 27 Appendix B.1: Methodology 27 Appendix B.2: Results 30 Appendix B.3: Survey tables, responses by gender 36 Appendix C: Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Survey 76 Appendix D: Chapter 1: The Case for Change: Why the ADF Should Care about Women’s Representation and Progression 81 Appendix D.1: Australian National Action Plan on Women Peace and Security 2012-2018 81 Appendix D.2: United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 S/RES/1325 (2000) 31 October 2000 86 Appendix D.3: Additional UN Security Council Resolutions 89 Appendix D.4: Australian National Action Plan 2012-2018: Strategies and Measures 91 Appendix E: Chapter 2: Chief of Defence Force Action Plan for the Recruitment and Retention of Women: How effective was it? 95 Appendix E.1: Snapshot of initiatives and updates 95 Appendix E.2: Progress on CDF Action Plan for the Recruitment and Retention of Women Initiatives Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 104 2 Appendix E.3: Report on Women’s Participation in Navy (2009) on the CDF Women’s Action Plan, Christine McLoughlin – Observations 112 Appendix F: Chapter 4: The ADF Workforce Pipeline: Women’s representation and critical issues – Section 4.1 Representation 113 Appendix G: Chapter 4: The ADF Workforce Pipeline: Women’s representation and critical issues – Section 4.2 Recruitment 117 Appendix G.1: ADF Recruitment Figures 117 Appendix G.2: Recruiting Expenditure 123 Appendix G.3: DFR Performance Against Effectiveness and Cost/Efficiency Targets 125 Appendix G.4: ADF Recruiting Initiatives 127 Appendix G.5: The Recruitment Process 129 Appendix G.6: Gap Year Programs 133 Appendix G.7: Example of Diversity and Inclusion Service Provider Principles 134 Appendix H: Chapter 4: The ADF Workforce Pipeline: Women’s representation and critical issues – Section 4.3 Retention 135 Appendix H.1: Rates by Services 135 Appendix H.2: Appendix H.2 – First-Term Completion by Occupation Group and Sex 137 Appendix H.3: ADF Initiatives aimed at retaining personnel 139 Appendix I: Chapter 4: The ADF Workforce Pipeline: Women’s representation and critical issues – Section 4.4 Career management and progression 144 Appendix J: Chapter 5: The ADF Workforce Structure: Opportunities, Pathways and Barriers – Section 5.1 Occupational Segregation 147 Appendix J.1: Number of men and women in each category in order of most highly represented by women 147 Appendix J.2: Changes in the percentage of women by category (in order of most high represented by women) over the last 6 years 149 Appendix J.3: Distribution of ranks within categories 151 Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 3 Appendix J.4: ADF initiatives to address occupational segregation 154 Appendix K: Chapter 5: The ADF Workforce Structure: Opportunities, Pathways and Barriers – Section 5.3 Women in Combat: Removal of Gender Restrictions 157 Appendix K.1: ADF Policy on Employment of Women 157 Appendix K.2: Current impact of restrictions on women 159 Appendix L: Chapter 5: The ADF Workforce Structure: Opportunities, Pathways and Barriers – Section 5.4 Mentoring, networking and sponsorship 160 Appendix M: Chapter 6: Combining a Military Career with Family 167 Appendix M.1: Maternity and Parental Leave – Policy Overview 167 Appendix M.2: Flexible Working Arrangements – Policy Overview 171 Appendix M.3: Defence Child Care Support 179 Appendix M.4: Child Care Priority of Access Guidelines – Points Allocation 180 Appendix N: Chapter 6: Combining a Military Career with Family 181 Appendix N.1: Key Policy Documents relevant to the management of complaints alleging unacceptable behaviour and sexual offences in the ADF 181 Appendix N.2: Offences dealt with under DFDA 186 Appendix N.3: Survey Information: Sexual Harassment Telephone Survey 189 Appendix N.4: 2012 Sexual Harassment Prevalence Survey: Prevalence and Nature of Sexual Harassment in the Australian Defence Force 192 Appendix N.5: Sexual harassment survey 2012 (ADF component) 257 Appendix O: Chapter 8: Adequacy and Accessibility of Support Mechanisms 310 Appendix O.1: Health and fitness monitoring, support and services 310 Appendix O.2: Mental health research and initiatives 312 Appendix P: Chapter 9: International Trends and Lessons Learned: A Review of Practices in Comparable Militaries 314 Appendix Q: Referencing documents received from Defence Liaison Officers 332 Select Bibliography 352 Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 4 Appendix A: Consultations Appendix A.1: Meetings Date Meeting Detail 19 October 2011 Chief of Defence Force Action Plan for the Recruitment and Retention of Women Meeting – representatives from each Service, CDF’s office and Values, Behaviour and Resolution Branch 20 October 2011 Directorate of Strategic Personnel Policy Research, Department of Defence 20 October 2011 Career Management Agencies: CAPT M. Miller, Director Navy People Career Management Agency COL W. Stothart, Directorate Officer Career Management Army WGCDR K. Ashworth, Directorate Personnel Air Force 24 October 2011 Air Commander Australia AVN M.A. Skidmore AM and Senior Leadership, HQ Air Command 27 October 2011 Commander Australian Fleet RADM S.R. Gilmore, AM, CSC, RAN (2011) Commander Australian Fleet RADM T.W. Barrett, AM, CSC, RAN (2012) and Senior Leadership Fleet Headquarters 2 November 2011 Personnel Policy Senior ADF Representatives: CDRE V. McConachie, Director General Navy People BRIG G. Reynolds, Director General Personnel – Army AIRCDRE R. Rodgers, Director General Personnel – Air Force 4 November 2011 CMDR C. Clarke, Commanding Officer, HMAS Kuttabul 8 November 2011 Forces Commander MAJGEN M. Slater DSC, AM, CSC, and Senior Leadership HQ Forces Command 10 November 2011 WGCDR K. Kooij, Commanding Officer HQ Air Lift Group and Security Police, RAAF Richmond 11 November 2011 AVM M. Staib, CSM, Commander Joint Logistics 14 November 2011 CAPT L. Charles Jones, Commanding Officer HMAS Sydney and Senior Leadership, HMAS Sydney 14 November 2011 Equity and Diversity Officers, HMAS Sydney 16 November 2011 Director General Defence Force Recruiting, AIRCDRE H. Ehlers and Defence Force Recruiting Representatives 21 November 2011 Commander Northern Command, AIRCDRE K. Watson and Senior Leadership, HQ Northern Command Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 5 Date Meeting Detail 22 November 2011 WGCDR A. McInerney, Commanding Officer 322 Expeditionary Combat Support Squadron and Senior Leadership, RAAF Tindal 23 November 2011 BRIG G. McLachlan, AM, ADC, Commanding Officer, 1st Brigade and Senior Leadership 1st Brigade, Robertson Barracks 24 November 2011 LCDR P. Ruhl, Staff Officer Capability Patrol Boat Group and Senior Staff HMAS Coonawarra 28 November 2011 MAJGEN C. Williams AM, Commanding Officer 2nd Division and COL Dean Franklin, Chief of Staff 2nd Division, Randwick Barracks 30 November 2011 CDRE E. Rushbrook, CSC, Director General Health Capability and Director General Navy Health Service 30 November 2011 ADF Health Professionals 30 November 2011 BRIG I. Spence, Director General Reserves – Army BRIG W. Sowry, Deputy Head Cadets, Reserves and Employer Support Division and Plan SUAKIN Reserve Reform Stream Representatives 30 November 2011 Director General Workforce Planning AIRCDRE T. Needham and Defence Workforce Planning Branch Representatives 30 November 2011 Mr J. Diercks, Director General and Ms E. Swavley, Director Rights and Responsibilities, Values, Behaviour and Resolution Branch (formerly Fairness and Resolution Branch) 6 December 2011 CAPT M. Hill, Commanding Officer HMAS Cerberus CAPT K. Richards (CO Designate) and Senior Leadership HMAS Cerberus 7 December 2011 Defence Force Recruiting Representatives – Melbourne 8 December 2011 Dr G. Dennerstein 14 December 2011 WGCDR G. Johnson, Commanding Officer No. 26 Squadron and Senior Leadership RAAF Base Williamtown 18 January 2012 CMDR A. Morthorpe, CSM, Commanding Officer HMAS Success and Senior Leadership HMAS Success 31 January 2012 CMDR R. Overmeyer, Executive Officer HMAS Stirling 31 January 2012 CAPT M. Potter, Commander Submarine Force and Senior Staff Submarine Force HMAS Stirling 1 February 2012 CMDR J. Cupples, Commanding Officer HMAS Dechaineux and Senior Leadership HMAS Dechaineux 1 February 2012 CMDR J. Harrap, Commanding Officer HMAS Collins and Senior Leadership HMAS Collins 2 February 2012 Senior Leadership, Special Air Services Regiment, Campbell Barracks Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 6 Date Meeting Detail 3 February 2012 LTCOL S. Omari, Commanding Officer Pilbara Regiment and Senior Leadership, 6th Brigade Pilbara Regiment, Karratha 14 February 2012 Ms Alison Larkins, Acting Defence Force Ombudsman 14 February 2012 Mr M. Callan, Director General Defence Community Organisation and Senior Staff Defence Community Organisation 15 February 2012 BRIG D. Mulhall AM, CSC, Commander 17th Combat Service Support Brigade and Senior Leadership 17th Combat service Support Brigade, Randwick Barracks 17 February 2012 CAPT G. Andrew, Commanding Officer HMAS Albatross and Senior Leadership Fleet Air Arm 20 February 2012 Air Force Promotion Board – Observation 22 February 2012 GPCAPT T. Checker, Commandant RAAF College, WGCDR W. Merkx, Commanding Officer No. 1 Recruit Training Unit and Senior Leadership No. 1 Recruit Training Unit, RAAF Base Wagga 28 February 2012 MAJGEN G. Fogarty, AM, Head People Capability 28 February 2012 Mr J. Diercks, Director General Values, Behaviours and Resolution Branch 28 February 2012 Ms A. Desalis, Director Complaints Resolution and Representatives Directorate of Complaints Resolution 28 February 2012 Australian Defence Force Investigation Service Representatives 5 March 2012 CAPT P. Leavy, Director Navy People Policy, CAPT W. Bairstow, Director New Generation Navy, CAPT N. Youseman, Director Navy Category Management, CAPT S. Ottaviano, Director Navy People Career Management Agency and Navy Career and Category Management Representatives 5 March 2012 COL B. Stevens, Director of Workforce Strategy – Army and Army Career Management Representatives 6 March 2012 GPCAPT A. Elfverson, Director of Personnel – Air Force WGCDR S. Dorsett, Deputy Director Flexible Employment and Remuneration, WGCDR D. Gibbon, Deputy Director Air Force Workforce Diversity and Air Force Career Management Representatives 6 March 2012 Ms. J. Blackburn, National Convenor, Defence Families Australia 15 March 2012 LTGEN A. Power, AO, CSC, Chief of Joint Operations and Principal Staff Officers, Headquarters Joint Operations Command 15 March 2012 CAPT A. Norris, Director Joint Control Centre, Headquarters Joint Operations Command 16 March 2012 MAJGEN C. Orme, AM,CSC, Commander Australian Defence Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 7 Date Meeting Detail College, CDRE R. Menhinick CSC, Commandant Australian Command and Staff College and Senior Leadership Australian Defence College 16 March 2012 Defence Housing Australia Senior Staff Representatives 19 March 2012 BRIG G. Bilton, CSC, Commander 7th Brigade, BRIG G. Lawler, CSC, Commander 16th Aviation Brigade, BRIG D. Coghlan, AM, Commander 6th Brigade and Senior Leadership Gallipoli Barracks, Enoggera 19 March 2012 Chiefs of Service Committee Meeting 20 March 2012 BRIG S. Caughey, CSC, Commander 3rd Brigade and Senior Leadership 3rd Brigade Lavarack Barracks, Townsville 21 March 2012 GPCAPT G. Harland, Officer Commanding 82 Wing and Senior Leadership RAAF Base Amberley 22 March 2012 COL D. Burke, Commandant Army Aviation Training Centre and Senior Leadership Army Aviation Centre, Oakey 22 March 2012 Army Promotion Board – Observation 23 March 2012 LTCOL B. Sharp, Commanding Officer 7th Signal Regiment and Senior Leadership 7th Signal Regiment, Borneo Barracks, Cabarlah 29 March 2012 COL S. Ryan, Commandant Combined Arms Training Centre and Senior Leadership, Combined Arms Training Centre, Bridge Barracks, Puckapunyal 29 March 2012 COL D. Hay, Commandant Army Recruit Training Centre and Senior Leadership, Army Recruit Training Centre, Blamey Barracks, Kapooka 30 March 2012 BRIG A. Creagh, Director General Public Affairs 3 April 2012 Senior Leadership 2nd Commando Regiment, Holsworthy Barracks 3 April 2012 MAJ P. Manuel, Officer Commanding 2nd Surgical Company 2nd General Health Battalion, 17th CSS Brigade, Holsworthy Barracks 10 April 2012 Navy Promotion Board – Observation 16 April 2012 MAJGEN M. K. Hertog, Director, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO), United States Army, Washington D.C. 16 April 2012 United States Navy Personnel Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Washington D.C. 16 April 2012 United States Army Surgeon General Office, Women’s Health Taskforce, Washington D.C. 16 April 2012 ADM M. Ferguson, Vice Chief of Naval Operations, United States Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 8 Date Meeting Detail Navy, Washington D.C. 17 April 2012 Mr M. Applegate, Director Manpower Plans and Policy, United States Marine Corps, Washington D.C. 17 April 2012 Ms H. Hemphill, Chair of the Defence Advisory Committee on Women in the Services (DACOWITS) and COL I. White, Military Director for DACOWITS, Washington D.C. 17 April 2012 United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington D.C. 18 April 2012 Mr C. Johnson, Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity, Office of the United States Secretary of Defense, and Military Leadership and Diversity Commission, Washington D.C. 18 April 2012 Ms J. Beyler, Military Personnel Policy, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington D.C. 18 April 2012 Mr L. Stubblefield, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Diversity and Leadership, Washington D.C. 23 April 2012 MAJGEN S. Smith, AM, Commander Joint Task Force 633, Australian Forces Middle East Area of Operations, UAE 23 April 2012 CDRE J. Meade, Commander Combined Task Force 150, UAE 24 April 2012 Chaplain M. Fraser, Al Minhad Air Force Base, UAE 26 April 2012 WGCDR C. Williams, Afghanistan 27 April 2012 BRIG S. Wilkie, Assistant Commander Afghanistan, Kabul, Afghanistan 27 April 2012 Artillery Advisory Team, Kabul, Afghanistan 27 April 2012 APS Staff, Kabul, Afghanistan 2 May 2012 LTCOL M. Constable, Commanding Officer School of Infantry and Senior Leadership School of Infantry, Lone Pine Barracks, Singleton 7 May 2012 CAPT M. Shindy, Director FFG System Program Office, Fleet Base East 16 May 2012 COL J. Carignan, Head of Delegation and Chief of Staff, Land Forces Central Area and Canadian Forces Representatives 29 May 2012 CAPT C. McCracken, Directorate Workforce Modelling Forecasting and Analysis 1 June 2012 Ms C. McGregor, Deputy Secretary Defence People Group (formerly People Strategies and Policy Group) 8 June 2012 Chiefs of Service Committee Meeting Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 9 Appendix A.2: Focus groups The Review met with over 1200 personnel in focus groups which it conducted at each of the military bases visited in Australia, the UAE and Afghanistan. These focus groups were designed to enable the Review to capture a broad cross-section of views within the ADF. The focus groups involved discussions with women, men, senior officers, junior officers, senior NCOs, junior NCOs, mixed gender, mixed rank, tri-service, recruits, trainees, specialised and category specific personnel, and Permanent and Reserve members. Additionally, the Review conducted focus groups for comparative purposes with US and Canadian Defence personnel embedded with Australian members in Afghanistan. Below is a list of the bases visited by the Review. Focus Group Location Number of focus groups held at each location NAVY Navy Women’s Leadership Program, HMAS Harman 1 HMAS Kuttabul / Navy Fleet Base East 8 HMAS Sydney 4 HMAS Coonawarra 2 HMAS Cerberus 6 HMAS Success 4 HMAS Stirling 3 HMAS Collins 2 HMAS Albatross 4 Defence Plaza Sydney 1 ARMY 1st Brigade Robertson Barracks, Darwin 5 Victoria Barracks, Sydney 1 SASR Campbell Barracks, Swanbourne 4 Pilbara Regiment, Karratha 2 17th Brigade Randwick Barracks, Sydney 3 Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 10 Focus Group Location Number of focus groups held at each location 7th Brigade, 16th Aviation Brigade and 6th Brigade Gallipoli Barracks, Enoggera 4 3rd Brigade Lavarack Barracks, Townsville 4 Army Aviation Centre, Oakey 2 7th Signal Regiment, Toowoomba 3 Combined Arms Training Centre, Bridge Barracks, Puckapunyal 3 Army Recruit Training Centre, Blamey Barracks, Kapooka 4 2nd Commando Regiment and 2nd General Health Battalion, Holsworthy Barracks 6 School of Infantry, Lone Pine Barracks, Singleton 4 AIR FORCE RAAF Base Richmond 4 RAAF Base Tindal 4 RAAF Base Williamtown 4 No.1 Recruit Training Unit, RAAF Base Wagga 5 RAAF Base Amberley 4 TRI-SERVICE and INTERNATIONAL ADF Senior Women’s Forum, Russell Offices, Canberra 1 Headquarters Northern Command, Darwin 2 Headquarters Joint Operations Command, Bungandore 4 Australian Defence College 2 Al Minhad Air Force Base, UAE 6 Mulitnational Base, Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan 7 Kabul International Airport-North, Kabul, Afghanistan 3 Headquarters, International Security Assistance Force, Afghanistan 5 Op ASTUTE, East Timor (via Videoconference) 2 Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 11 Appendix A.3: Executive Consultation Group Participants NAVY Fleet Headquarters RADM Steve Gilmore AM, CSC Commander Australian Fleet to 21 December 2011 RADM Tim Barrett AM, CSC Commander Australian Fleet from 22 December 2011 CDRE Steve McDowall DSM, CSM Commander Surface Force CDRE Andrew Smith CAPT Nicholas Stoker CAPT Nicole Curtis Fleet Medical Officer CMDR Christine Clarke CO HMAS Kuttabul CMDR Letitia Van Stralen CMDR Patrick O’Brien Deputy Training Authority Initial Training Leadership and Management CMDR John Wearne Deputy Director Navy Training Policy CMDR Graeme Pedley Chief of Staff – Minewarfare Clearance Diving Commodore Support CSM CSC Commander Mine Warfare, Clearance Diving, Hydrographic, Meteorological and Patrol Force Fleet Legal Officer HMAS Cerberus CAPT Mark Hill CSC CO CAPT Katherine Richards CMDR Shane Glassock CMDR Michael Oborn XO Designate CMDR Mark Muir Head Maritime Warfare-South Mr Chris Harrison Command Equity Advisor CO Designate CSC XO HMAS Success CMDR Ainsley Morthorpe CMDR Adam Birch CSM CO Engineering Officer Australian Human Rights Commission Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Phase 2 Report 2012 12 CMDR John Metzl Supply Officer LCDR Gerry Savvakis XO WO Deb Butterworth OAM, CSM Ship’s Warrant Officer CSC Commander Submarine Force HMAS Stirling CAPT Mark Potter CMDR James Lybrand Deputy Commander Submarine Force CMDR Brett Westcott Submarine Escape and Rescue Manager CMDR Michael Manfield Training Authority-Submarines CMDR Jason Cupples CO HMAS Dechaineux CMDR James Harrap CO Crew 3 HMAS Collins CMDR Ken Marr XO Crew 3 HMAS Collins CHAP Melissa Baker...
View Full Document

  • Fall '08
  • Finklerberg

What students are saying

  • Left Quote Icon

    As a current student on this bumpy collegiate pathway, I stumbled upon Course Hero, where I can find study resources for nearly all my courses, get online help from tutors 24/7, and even share my old projects, papers, and lecture notes with other students.

    Student Picture

    Kiran Temple University Fox School of Business ‘17, Course Hero Intern

  • Left Quote Icon

    I cannot even describe how much Course Hero helped me this summer. It’s truly become something I can always rely on and help me. In the end, I was not only able to survive summer classes, but I was able to thrive thanks to Course Hero.

    Student Picture

    Dana University of Pennsylvania ‘17, Course Hero Intern

  • Left Quote Icon

    The ability to access any university’s resources through Course Hero proved invaluable in my case. I was behind on Tulane coursework and actually used UCLA’s materials to help me move forward and get everything together on time.

    Student Picture

    Jill Tulane University ‘16, Course Hero Intern

Stuck? We have tutors online 24/7 who can help you get unstuck.
A+ icon
Ask Expert Tutors You can ask You can ask ( soon) You can ask (will expire )
Answers in as fast as 15 minutes
A+ icon
Ask Expert Tutors