Griffith University’s LGBQTIA+ inclusion efforts earn a SAGE Cygnet Award
Griffith identified challenges for LGBTQIA+ staff and students and took action to improve campus culture.
Cygnet Award application (LGBTQIA+ inclusion) – Griffith University
Griffith University tackled some significant challenges for LGBTQIA+ staff and students.
Make Visible: promoting diversity and inclusion for members of gender and sexually diverse communities in partnership with community and industry
Make Visible is an on-going, community-led project making visible challenges and triumphs for the LGBTQI+ community worldwide.
Gender in policy language
In this workshop, participants compared the pros and cons of gender-inclusive, gender-neutral and gender-distinctive approaches to organisational policies.
Murdoch University champions an innovative, equitable hiring approach
Using a new recruitment strategy that puts inclusion front and centre, Murdoch Uni attracted many high calibre applicants for a Pride and Respect Officer role.
Adding pronouns and pronunciation to Faculty staff listings
The University of Wollongong shares its proof-of-concept initiative of adding pronouns and pronunciation to staff listings on the Faculty of Business and Law’s website.
Gender affirmation support at Deakin University
Read how staff and students are supported on their gender affirmation journey at Deakin, the first Australian university to introduce gender affirmation leave.
Supporting transgender and gender diverse employees as leaders or colleagues
Learn what actions you can take to foster an inclusive work culture and environment for transgender and gender diverse employees.
Preferred names in university systems
Griffith University share their solution to unintentional deadnaming and misgendering in library and corporate systems.
Episode 17: Why we shouldn’t be aiming for 50:50
Cai Wilkinson explains why looking beyond the gender binary leads to better gender equity initiatives and suggests ways we can do this.
CSIRO achieves AWEI Gold Employer status
The award recognises CSIRO’s inclusive practices such as removing gendered language from HR policies and providing travel advice for LGBTQI+ employees.