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The practical and pastoral ways that the University is a safe, inclusive and equitable place to study and work.
Learn about the principles that guide the office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Equity and the wider University.
The Disability Action Plan sets out our commitments to providing a safe, inclusive and equitable environment for students and staff with disability.
Unacceptable discrimination, including racism, sexism, ableism, ageism, homophobia and transphobia, has no place in our University.
Bullying, harassment and discrimination can threaten your sense of personal security or make you feel uneasy. It is not acceptable and is not tolerated.
Consider equity at every facet of your event. This checklist can help.
From conferences, parking, Unisex toilets, information and communications learn how the University is accessible to everyone.
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