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How can RMIT build more inclusive and accessible communities both within and outside the University?

August 24, 2020

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SB

I would like to see us more fully embrace diversity of all forms, and this could start with an assumption that every person has a … See more

Soolin B.

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KC

RMIT is privileged to be a major employer and one of the largest contributing public institutions in the City of Whittlesea where … See more

Kavitha C.

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AP

Constant and regular visibility would help. Sharing short stories in highly visible places like the RMIT Life newsletter would be grand.

Aj P.

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AA

We need to increase the show and tell visibility of what inclusive looks like and how it is working at RMIT, through short story v… See more

Amro A.

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KJ

Leading by example in our accessible online discussions. Accessability by default in our communications. This is a way to demonstr… See more

Katherine J.

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CM

For this to be successful, it will require an intersectional understanding of how systems of oppression operate. Efforts undertaken without this understanding may cause more harm than good.

Community Member

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GK

I would like to see a holistic approach to diversity, inclusion and access. One that focuses on ensuring we create the conditions … See more

Gosia K.

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SP

Create safe spaces for minority groups and fund/resource them to assist them to seed them and assist them to thrive. Later these g… See more

Shefton P.

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RE

The nature of our existing cisnormative systems and processes are inherently not trans inclusive. I would like to see RMIT challen… See more

Riley E.

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LC

It would be good if RMIT was more involved with external community initiatives, like an LGBTIQ+ conference, on campus event for th… See more

Luke C.

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Fd

Nurture and profile disability-led creative research that exposes the limits that ableism imposes on innovation, and the vast pote… See more

Fayen d.

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Mv

I am proud and thankful for the ongoing efforts and progress here at RMIT, that are led by our VC Martin Bean, to ensure identifie… See more

Marielle v.

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SM

From a teaching and learning perspective we can build a more inclusive and accessibly community by improving the flexibility.

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Sheryl M.

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SM

We can offer targeted scholarships for non-dominate students and build an active network to proactively support these students wit… See more

Sheryl M.

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SB

I have to applaud RMIT, and specifically my managers, for the flexibility and policies that are in place to support working parent… See more

Sandhya B.

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KC

Edited:I have only been working at RMIT University since 2018, but firstly I have to applaud RMIT University's initiatieves and lea… See more

Kevin C.

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Mv

Edited:By working from an evidence base (eg: data about and voice from our existing diversity&equity cohorts and communities) and cha… See more

Marielle v.

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AN

Creating events that make visible the work and achievements of RMIT community members from minority groups; providing workshops an… See more

Alonso N.

1 Sep, 2020 Report Report Reply Reply
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