Measuring Indicators of Leadership in Equity (MILIE).
MILIE is an annual equity leadership measurement and benchmarking initiative in development for The University of Auckland. The aim of MILIE is to provide an evidence base of equity indicators which will inform an action-research cycle to help ensure the University’s equity leadership and enhanced equity performance.
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If you have any queries on MILIE, please contact Catherine Dunphy
The Undergraduate Admissions and Equity Taskforce was established by the University Council on the recommendation of Senate in December 2007 to consider and report by March 2008 on the equity implications of extending limited entry to all undergraduate qualifications.
A working group of Equal Opportunities Committee members was established to implement Recommendation 21: That the Equal Opportunities Committee (now the Equity Committee) be asked to recommend a set of consistent policies and practices, to be used in University targeted admission schemes.
The report of this group was published on 31 March, 2008.
The needs analysis underlying the Women Returning to Work Project, a joint initiative between the Association of University Staff (AUS), Human Resources (HR) and Equity Office, was completed in 2007.
The implementation phase is under way and includes ongoing compilation of a database of women and men who are returning to work from parental leave. These staff are also invited to quarterly networking meetings for updates on policy and legislative changes.
Mini-refrigerators have been purchased and are being lent to breast feeding mothers.
An information package was developed in consultation with Communications and Marketing.
A legal opinion is being sought of the feasibility of deducting early childhood education fees before tax.
Research-related initiatives are being pursued.
A Māori and Pacific student recruitment strategy is being developed in an inclusive manner. This strategy will support the achievement of enrolment targets identified in the Equity Taskforce Report and take a case management approach to target groups.
Faculties, institutes, campuses and library
- Faculty of Arts
- Business School
- National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
- Faculty of Science
- Liggins Institute
- Auckland Bioengineering Institute
- Libraries and Learning Services
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