The Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor and all six Heads and Chairs of the Residential Colleges met with Elizabeth Broderick
Last week the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor invited the independent Colleges affiliated with the University to work with Former Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick AO.
Today the Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor and all six Heads and Chairs of the Residential Colleges met with Elizabeth Broderick. The meeting was highly productive and the Colleges and the University agreed to collaborate on an action plan. Ms Broderick will provide a proposal to the University and Colleges to ensure effective and cohesive action, which builds on the independent cultural change programs underway at the Colleges.
The University and the independent Colleges welcome the opportunity to work collaboratively upon the advice of Elizabeth Broderick. We were pleased with the positive outcome of the meeting and anticipate cooperative action on further cultural change.
The University of Sydney and the Colleges are committed to creating an environment that is safe, inclusive, respectful and supportive. Today’s meeting honours our joint commitment to the safety of all our students.
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