LGBTIQ@UNSW

Welcome from the Diversity Champion


"As LGBTIQ Champion, I am committed to fostering a more supportive environment for everybody at UNSW.

Education is a fundamental part of this journey, and on this page you will find resources and initiatives which develop awareness and provide support for the University's LGBTIQ (and non-LGBTIQ) community.

I hope you find this information useful, and please don't hesitate to contact me or Workplace Diversity if you have any feedback or ideas."

Mark Willcox
UNSW LGBTIQ Champion
Professor, School of Optometry & Vision Science, UNSW Science
                


Mark Willcox with guest speakers Katherine Cummings
(left) and Eloise Brook at the launch of UNSW's Gender
Affirmation Guidelines | 
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LGBTIQ training, resources and initiatives


       
ally@UNSW Network

ally@UNSW is a network of trained staff and students who are welcoming and sensitive to the issues faced by the LGBTIQ community. Allies can provide confidential support and referral advice to LGBTIQ staff and students at the University.

Find out more, including how to become an Ally and how to contact an Ally, via the link below.

 
LGBTIQ terminology

Learning and understanding terms relating to diverse genders, sexes and sexualities helps to foster respectful, inclusive and safe environments for LGBTIQ people, both at UNSW and in the wider community.

Use the glossary provided to expand your awareness and vocabulary.

 
Support for LGBTIQ staff and managers

Access downoadable guides, useful links + support available on and off campus.

Resources include Pride in Diversity's publication, Let's Talk Gender, information about UNSW's Employee Assistance Program, and points of referral.

       
Support for transgender staff and managers

UNSW's Gender Affirmation Guidelines provide practical advice and support for staff who are affirming their gender identity.

Resources include a change checklist for trans staff, as well as information for managers and colleagues.

 
Mardi Gras

UNSW proudly marched in Sydney's Mardi Gras Parade for the second time in 2018, with LGBTIQ staff, students and Allies from across the University taking part.

 
Pride in Diversity

UNSW is a member of Pride in Diversity, Australia's first and only national not-for-profit employer support program for all aspects of LGBTI inclusion in the workplace.

Pride in Diversity run the annual Australian Workplace Equality Index, the definitive national benchmark on LGBTI workplace inclusion.