Celebrating differences to bring unity through diversity

UNSW is a vibrant, multicultural campus with students and staff from over 120 different nationalities. We believe our cultural diversity is one of our main strengths, as it exposes us to alternative perspectives and experiences in our working, learning and research environments.  

We are deeply committed to respect and accept cultural diversity on campus, and in our society. We strive to have a culturally inclusive environment for students and staff so they can participate fully, share who they are, their unique perspectives and create a safe campus, free from harassment, bias or prejudices.   

Culturally Inclusive Calendar

The Culturally Inclusive Calendar is a resource to support the UNSW community when planning and scheduling events and meetings. It highlights key religious and cultural dates in Australia that we encourage our Schools and Departments to consider when planning the academic year.


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Applications are now open for four new anti-racism grants up to the value of $2,500 each to help tackle racial discrimination.

This 2-hour workshop is available to all UNSW staff to enhance their knowledge and skills to engage respectfully and effectively with people from different cultural backgrounds and strengthen inclusive practices.