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Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
Support for Māori and Pacific staff, staff with disabilities, LGBTI staff, Carers, working parents, mature age staff and other equity groups.
We’ve identified groups where there’s a need to improve equity outcomes for selection, recognition, career progression, retention and job satisfaction.
We've pulled together a number of links to resources and interesting information to help support you at home with your family.
Find out what the Staff Equity Team do and how to get in contact with them.
Find out about how the University can support students and staff affected by family and relationship violence, and how you can help.
Read about how we work to provide a safe, inclusive and accessible environment for staff with disabilities.
The University is committed to upholding the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and aims to redress the under-representation of Māori in the University.
We are New Zealand’s leading university with regard to Pacific student numbers, graduates, staff numbers and relevant research publications.
Information and resources for staff members with parenting responsibilities.
Policies, initiatives and projects are intended to enhance the University’s work environment and ensure talented staff can succeed here.
Information and resources that recognise and respond to the needs of our mature age workforce.
Consider equity at every facet of your event. This checklist can help.
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.
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