We established an Ally Network to support the inclusion of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) members of our community, and show our commitment to creating a stronger and more inclusive environment.
Our aim is for all members of our community to feel supported and free to contribute their best, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. Our network will:
An ally is anyone, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, who supports LGBTIQ inclusion. The role of an ally is to be aware of the challenges faced by LGBTIQ people and to make a difference in whatever way they feel comfortable. This can include being a point of contact or standing against inequality or exclusion.
As part of our network, we've partnered with Pride in Diversity, Australia's first and only not-for-profit workplace program designed specifically to assist with LGBTIQ inclusion.
At the University of Sydney, ‘LGBTIQ’ is used as an inclusive umbrella term that recognises the diversity and experiences of sexualities and genders. We acknowledge that this terminology is a source of ongoing community debate and may not reflect the preferred identification of individuals.
Senior Lecturer, Department of English
Professor & Head of School of Literature, Art and Media
Associate Professor, Centre for International Security Studies
Teaching Support Officer, School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Englis
Teaching & Curriculum Coordinator, School of Economics
Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney Business School
Casual Teaching & Research Assistant, School of Information Technology
Senior Systems Manager, School of Medical Sciences
Student Support Programs, Sydney Nursing School
Research Fellow, Faculty of Pharmacy
Associate Lecturer, School of Life and Environmental Science
Executive Officer, Deputy VC Indigenous Strategy and Services
Administration Officer, Division of Alumni & Development
Deputy Director, International House
Contact the Ally Network for support and advice.