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For All Our Futures
The University achieves equity including through its plans, policies, monitoring, reporting and guides to best practice.
Learn what equity means, who we support, how we support them and meet some of our team.
Learn what these principles mean and some of the ways they are demonstrated across all of our campuses.
Discrimination of any kind has no place in our University.
Information about family and relationship violence, policies and guidelines, how to help those affected and who to contact if you’re experiencing abuse.
Unconscious bias refers to a bias that we are unaware of. The University offers training about how to be aware of it and minimise its impact.
Using research and legislation, the University establishes policies and guidelines to support our Equity Groups.
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