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Champions of inclusion

Our Employee Action Groups (EAGs) create opportunities for our people to have a say and play a part in advocating for inclusion and diversity.

Each EAG is sponsored and supported by a member of the Westpac Group Executive Team. Outcomes are reported quarterly through to the Westpac Group Inclusion & Diversity Council, which is chaired by the CEO.


ABLE (Assisting Better Lives for Everyone):

Advocates for customers and employees with disability or accessibility requirements.

Domestic and Family Violence:

Provides training, support and tools to equip and empower individuals and families experiencing violence in the home to move towards a life free from violence, now and for future generations.

Cultural Diversity Leadership:

Actively engages, mentors and sponsors members to develop future leaders and improve cultural awareness across Westpac Group.

Brothers and Sisters:

Provides a network of Indigenous and non-Indigenous employees who share a common vision for a workplace where Indigenous Australians and culture are understood, respected and celebrated.


Helps build a safe and respectful work environment for all LGBTIQ employees; one that values all diversity, creating a culture of equality and inclusion.


Influences how Westpac supports and develops mature employees, offering a range of information and contacts who can help with interests specific to this age group.

The Youth Network:

Unites aspiring young people across Westpac Group to help them reach their full potential and, in turn, develop our future leaders.

Women of Westpac:

Empowers the Women of Westpac to make confident career choices through education, information and networking opportunities.

Pro Bono:

Helping our people connect with pro bono opportunities to build their skills, share their experience and increase our impact.