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  • Diversity and inclusion

    Deakin is committed to diversity and inclusion to maintain the dignity, rights and wellbeing of our staff and students. We deliver services and run programs to ensure equal access for students and staff, and support campaigns to promote awareness about diversity, access and social inclusion.

    Cultural diversity and inclusion

    Deakin values inclusion and diversity, embraces difference and seeks to nurture a connected, safe and respectful community.

    We aspire to achieve cultural diversity in line with the broader Victorian community, and for students and staff from all cultural backgrounds to feel welcome, safe and supported to achieve academic or career success.

    Learn more about cultural diversity and inclusion

    Gender equity

    The benefits of a balanced and diverse workforce are well established including better decision-making, innovation, ability to attract the best candidates, and job satisfaction for all.

    Deakin University is committed to ensuring gender equity becomes a business and cultural norm, and has a history of efforts to address gender inequalities.

    Learn more about gender equity

    Disability services

    Disability Resource Centre

    The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) promotes inclusion and access for students and staff. It provides advice and supports inclusive teaching and learning practice. It also delivers information and services for students when a disability, health or mental health condition affects study or participation in university life.

    The DRC can make recommendations on reasonable adjustments to support learning success. Prospective students are welcome to contact the DRC for information, and enrolled students with disability are encouraged to register with the DRC early in semester.

    Learn more about disability services

    Australian Network on Disability member

    The Australian Network on Disability is a national, membership-based organisation that makes it easier for organisations to welcome people with disability. Deakin University is proud to announce we have received the Gold Membership for 2020.

    Please get in touch with our project officer, Yasmin Mobayad, if you need further information.

    Email Yasmin Mobayad

    Australian Network on Disability Gold membership logo

    National Disability Coordination Officer Program

    The National Disability Coordination Officer (NDCO) Program aims to increase education and employability for people with disability by improving links between schools, tertiary education providers, employment providers and providers of disability assistance programs.

    Find out more about the NDCO Program

    Supporting people with a disability in recruitment

    At Deakin University, the Human Resources Division's Recruitment and Onboarding team work with the National Disability Recruitment Coordinator and Diversity and Inclusion to build disability knowledge and confidence.

    Together, the teams have worked closely to audit Deakin's recruitment process to identify gaps relating to recruitment methods and to provide support and accessibility to candidates with disabilities.

    Learn more about working at Deakin

    Student access and experience

    Deakin Engagement and Access Program

    This program aims to encourage primary and secondary school students' achievement and aspiration towards higher education. We run activities with students from Year 3 to Year 12 in collaboration with around 30 schools, and with a range of community partners.

    Learn more about DEAP

    Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program

    The Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program (HEPPP) supports a range of targeted projects to broaden access to higher education and the successful completion of courses.

    Find out about HEPPP projects

    Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS)

    VTAC's SEAS provides opportunities to access higher education for students whose ability to show potential for university study may have been limited or disadvantaged.

    Learn more about SEAS

    Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience

    DEAP and the National Indigenous Knowledges Education Research Innovation (NIKERI) Institute have a partnership with the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME). This is a national educational program that links Indigenous secondary school students to universities through outreach and personal mentoring.

    Learn more about AIME

    Networks

    Deakin LGBTIQ+ Community

    The Deakin LGBTIQ + Community aims to create a more diverse and inclusive culture by promoting greater visibility and awareness of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, intersex, queer or questioning (LGBTIQ) staff and students. Any Deakin staff member or student is welcome to join.

    Learn more about the Deakin LGBTIQ+ Community

    Harassment and Discrimination Contact Officers Network

    Harassment and Discrimination Contact Officers (HDCOs) are staff who are trained to assist staff and students with any enquiries about discrimination, sexual harassment or bullying. There is a network of over 75 HDCOs across the University, on every campus and in most work areas.

    Learn more about the HDCOs Network

    Campaigns

    End Violence Against Women

    In line with Deakin's commitment to nurturing the personal development and wellbeing of students and staff, the University supports campaigns to end violence against women.

    This includes the Australian universities Respect. Now. Always., the global 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence campaign, the local Barwon Month of Action, and the Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA) counselling services at Deakin’s Melbourne Burwood, Geelong Waurn Ponds and Warrnambool campuses.

    Racism. It Stops With Me

    Deakin University is an official supporter of Racism. It Stops With Me, a campaign that invites all Australians to reflect on what they can do to counter racism wherever it happens.

    Learn more about Racism. It Stops With Me

    Diversity – More than we see

    Deakin is proud of the diversity of our students and staff. We strive to foster an inclusive and vibrant culture that promotes value and respect for everyone. Diversity – More than we see is a campaign that celebrates individuality and uniqueness.

    Learn more about Diversity – More than we see

    Contact us

    General enquiries
    +61 3 9244 6255
    Email Diversity and Inclusion

    Mel Martinelli
    Diversity and Inclusion, Director
    Email Mel Martinelli

    Merrin McCracken
    Access and Inclusion/Disability Services
    Email Merrin McCracken

    Jane Finlay
    Access and Equity Partnerships
    Email Jane Finlay

    Bree Gorman
    Gender Equity
    Email Bree Gorman

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