If you want to speak up about something you’ve seen or experienced that doesn’t feel right, we’re here to support you. Whatever the issue, big or small, we’d like to hear about it. There are many ways you can safely speak up and get the support you need. Raise an issue as:
If you experience or see anything that doesn’t seem right, big or small, we want to hear about it. Speaking up allows us to understand your concerns, take necessary action, and help you find the support you need. Your voice also contributes to building a culture we all want.
In our effort to foster a culture where everyone feels safe and included, we are updating the staff and student Codes of Conduct to outline expected behaviours. The following behaviours are not tolerated, and we encourage you to speak up about them and any other unacceptable behaviours.
As a student of UNSW, if you experience or see anything that doesn’t seem right, big or small, we want to hear about it. Speaking up allows us to understand your concerns, take necessary action, and help you find the support you need. Your voice also contributes to building a culture we all want.
UNSW researchers are required to report potential breaches of the UNSW Research Code of Conduct. UNSW encourages members of the public, as well as other UNSW staff, to raise any research integrity concerns.
UNSW researchers are expected to be committed to high standards of professional conduct in accord with the accepted practice of their disciplines, codes of relevant external funding bodies and legislative requirements. Allowing people to do the wrong thing can have a detrimental impact on the reputation of UNSW and the excellence of research more generally.
The UNSW Health & Safety team are here to support you with any queries or questions you might have regarding Health & Safety, including Gendered Violence, across UNSW. You can get in touch with the safety team below. We encourage you to report all hazards, near misses and incidents in our safety system, Salus.