A safe, inclusive and equitable University

The practical and pastoral ways that the University is a safe, inclusive and equitable place to study and work.

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Learn about the principles that guide the office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Equity and the wider University.

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The Disability Action Plan sets out our commitments to providing a safe, inclusive and equitable environment for students and staff with disability.

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Unacceptable discrimination, including racism, sexism, ableism, ageism, homophobia and transphobia, has no place in our University.

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Bullying, harassment and discrimination can threaten your sense of personal security or make you feel uneasy. It is not acceptable and is not tolerated.

How to get help and report incidents
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Consider equity at every facet of your event. This checklist can help.

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From conferences, parking, Unisex toilets, information and communications learn how the University is accessible to everyone.

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Guidelines for student or staff member who requires assistance.

Learn how the University can assist you