The UNSW Gender Equity Strategy 2024–2028, our first such strategy, is an important marker of our University’s progress. It comes at an extraordinary time in the history of UNSW, as we prepare to celebrate our 75th anniversary.

Professor Attila Brungs, Vice-Chancellor and President, UNSW Sydney

Gender Equity Strategy 2024-2028

UNSW's first Gender Equity Strategy enshrines inclusive practice, enabling staff of all genders to feel valued, respected and able to be their authentic selves.

Cover of UNSW Gender Equity Strategy showing title on yellow background with image of the big mesh globe on the UNSW library lawn

The Strategy aligns efforts across EDI,  Human Resources and the faculties and divisions, to drive institutional change that supports gender equity. It reflects our collective vision and, as a blueprint for action across the institution, allows us to cohesively communicate our ambitions and goals.

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