UNSW is committed to fostering a campus culture that promotes equity, diversity and inclusion.
To mark Harmony Week and the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination this year, the Division of Equity Diversity & Inclusion launched four new anti-racism grants up to the value of $2,500 each to enable students and staff at UNSW to celebrate diversity and continue to improve our culture by bringing their ideas, events and activations to tackle racial discrimination, to life.
As part of Be A Better Human we want to encourage everyone to do more when it comes to creating safe and respectful spaces (physical and digital) at UNSW – especially when it comes to preventing and responding to racism in our community.
There were no limits on the type of project – the grant could be used on events, creating new resources or publications, running webinars or workshops, action research, creative activities, and more.
The Anti-Racism Grants were open to all UNSW students and ongoing and fixed-term academic and professional staff, either as individuals or in teams.