UNSW is committed to building a safe and inclusive community that actively encourages and supports the rich perspectives that cultural, linguistic, and religious diversity bring to teaching, learning, and research. 
Racism threatens the safety and wellbeing of the UNSW community. Tackling and preventing racism is everyone’s responsibility. 
UNSW’s Anti-Racism and Anti-Religious Vilification policy enshrines and activates our conscious commitment to eliminate racism, racial discrimination and religious vilification in all forms.  
Recognising, challenging, preventing, and responding to racism, harassment, and discrimination is underpinned by an action-oriented commitment, enabling UNSW student and staff personal development, reflective practice and encouraging enhanced individual and collective responsibility for determined action. 
UNSW's Indigenous Strategy details a whole-of-institution approach to Indigenous education, teaching, and research. The UNSW Equity, Diversity and Inclusion strategy prioritises the development of resources, training, and initiatives to equip students and staff, and is informed by the lived experience of and in dialogue with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and culturally and linguistically diverse communities.. 
Diversity and Inclusion training modules, inclusive language guidelines, and the development of UNSW’s first culturally inclusive calendar provide a foundation for evolving action and to be better humans as active bystanders and allies in combatting racism. 
Anti-racist action requires all members of a community to challenge racism in all its forms and report racist incidents. It requires positive demonstration through behaviours and the respect we show others. Racism and religious vilification can be reported through the UNSW Complaints Portal and complaints can be made anonymously.  
UNSW prioritises the wellbeing of all students and staff, and is committed to supporting those impacted by racism.

Signed: Professor Bruce Watson, DVC EDI & Professor Attlia Brungs, President & Vice Chancellor, UNSW

For more information, see the Equity Diversity & Inclusion Policy.

Anti-Racism at UNSW

Cultural Inclusion

UNSW is a vibrant, multicultural campus with students and staff from over 120 different nationalities. We are deeply committed to respect and accept cultural diversity on campus, and in our society.

Help & Support

If you would like to talk to someone about a personal or professional matter that is causing you concern, free help, support and counselling services are available to students and staff at UNSW.

SBS Inclusion Program

The SBS Inclusion Program is designed to give all workers core skills and knowledge around inclusion in general, and also specifically around different diversity dimensions.