Documents for consultation


 

Inclusion of Trans and Gender Diverse Students and Staff in Sport and Recreation  

The University is committed to encouraging participation in sport and recreation by all students and staff members, including those who are trans or gender diverse. 

The University recognises: the joys and benefits that participation can provide; the importance of fair play and respect; and the value of sport and recreation that is fair, safe, and open to everyone.  This in line with University commitments to being safe, inclusive and equitable.  

To support the University’s commitment in this area, the Equity Office has prepared draft policy and guidelines to promote participation in sport and recreation without discrimination, and based on self-defined gender identity. 

The Equity Office worked with an internationally-respected trans policy adviser in the preparation of these documents.  The University Recreation Centre staff, Trans on Campus and the Equity Leadership Committee have all been involved with the development of this draft policy.

Feedback should be emailed to: equity@auckland.ac.nz by Friday 17th August 2018

 

 

The following documents offer background and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) relating to the consultation process for the Inclusion of Trans and Gender Diverse Students and Staff in Sport and Recreation Policy and the supporting guidelines: 

 

 

 

Smoke-free Policy

As a result of staff feedback it has been decided to extend the current policy to the end of the year to allow review of upcoming legislation on e-cigarettes before settling on a University position