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For All Our Futures
Achieving equity in employment and education is crucial to our goal of being New Zealand's leading place to work and study.
What is Equity?
Discrimination has no place in our University.
Harassment can threaten your sense of personal security or make you feel uneasy. It is not acceptable and is not tolerated.
Information about how the Equity Office supports students and staff.
A ceremony marking the renewed partnership between Māori, Pacific and Equity offices.
We support the national aspiration where bigotry and harassment do not occur by actively working towards the University being a safe place to study and work.
New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) is Aotearoa’s third official language. To celebrate NZSL week between 6 – 12 May 2019, we are hosting a Taster Class
We offer a range of services and support for our Māori and equity group students.
Equity for staff means we appoint staff through fair processes, encourage success, and support high performance and job satisfaction.
We have a range of supports for students with impairments, visible and invisible.
Tuākana is the University’s learning community for Māori and Pacific students.
The University supports students and staff affected by family violence. You can help, too.
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