Commitment to act and the courage to be vulnerable should form the foundation of any leadership model – not just inclusive leadership.
As part of UNSW’s Diversity Fest, a panel of elite Australian athletes took to the stage to discuss diversity and inclusion in the sporting landscape.
Paralympian and Wimbledon champion Dylan Alcott, Rugby 7s Olympic gold medallist Ellia Green, former Australian Netball Diamond and Collingwood AFLW player Sharni Layton to lead flagship event.
With a culturally diverse staff and student community, Harmony Day’s message of “Everyone belongs”, is especially relevant.
The UNSW 'pride' of 80 students and staff joined 196 other organisations in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade on Saturday.
UNSW has taken the lead on promoting financial literacy and independence among students.
Justice Medal winner and social justice champion Professor Eileen Baldry has been appointed UNSW’s first Deputy Vice-Chancellor Inclusion and Diversity.
There's only one dress code for Friday, 26 August: and it's purple to support young people who identify as LGBTIQ.
Five new ‘Diversity Champions’ are embarking on a mission to help drive significant cultural change around equity, diversity and inclusion at UNSW.