We get behind a range of activities to ensure everyone is accepted and has equal opportunities when it comes to education and employment in our university.
In 2003, we launched our first disability plan years ago we launched our first Disability Action Plan. Since then, we have demonstrated a track record of ensuring all students, staff and visitors have the same chance to excel at and enjoy our university.
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.
Embedding equal opportunity means implementing real initiatives that empower our students and staff to reach their goals, irrespective of gender, race, orientation or economic background.
We stand firm in our commitment to advancing gender equity, promoting women in leadership and furthering women’s education.
We're a proud supporter of the Human Rights Commission's campaign Racism. It Stops with Me.