The event is an initiative that is proud of Division of Equity Diversity & Inclusion.

The event is an initiative that is proud of Division of Equity Diversity & Inclusion.

The event is an initiative that is proud of Division of Equity Diversity & Inclusion.

Diversity Fest is a week-long party from 23 – 27 September bringing pupils and staff together to embrace the variety of y our UNSW community and ignite broader conversations on creating a comprehensive society, where every person can engage.

The entire system of occasions includes panel that is inspirational, music concerts to film tests, social gatherings and much more. Our minds are available to respect and accept variety within our focus and community on celebrating what unites all of us.


John B. Reid Theatre, AGSM Building
23 September, 10:00am – 2:00pm monday

This seminar will highlight UNSW researchers and leaders within their industries speaking regarding the subject of gender equality in STEM, the art of multitasking, the truth of playing numerous functions in work as well as in life, in addition to ways that we could help ladies in technology.

Invited speakers will share their individual and journeys that are academic have actually led them to where these are generally today. After the main speakers, a panel of UNSW pupils and career that is early will host a Q&A session talking about themes such as for example challenges in each scholastic phase, balancing work and private life, as well as the future for females pursuing technology professions.


Mathews Building
23 September, 10:30 – 11:30am monday

This event will feature a few key specialists that will talk with the intersection between diverse populations and psychological state. These professionals who work and/or research when you look at the psychological state area will talk to areas such as for instance cultural and linguistic variety and impairment.

They are going to each offer a brief presentation before joining together as a panel and using market concerns. This occasion guarantees become thought provoking and invite expression as all of us think about how to ideal help and acknowledge unique challenges faced by various communities.


Studio One
Monday 23 September, 11:45am – 1:15pm

Bisexual Visibility Day happens to be marked internationally on 23 September since 1999 to emphasize biphobia, bi-invisibility, bi-erasure and to help people find their bisexual community.

Commemorate the 20 th anniversary for this date by hearing the experiences of bi individuals from all walks of life. This occasion is an opportunity for the bisexual community, people they know and supporters to determine and commemorate bisexual history, community and tradition.


John Goodsell Building
Monday 23 September, 12:00 – 1:00pm

UNSW is Australia’s worldwide university and has used comprehensive worldwide techniques across their teaching, research and outreach agendas. But as academics working with a workload that is intensive teaching dedication, restricted capital, and challenges of work-life balance, worldwide engagement is not because easy as it seems.

The 2 speakers with this meal have now been expected to go over such challenges for scholastic feamales in Australia and provide guidance from their individual views on how they suggest approaching it.


Foyer, Biosciences Building
Monday 23 September, 2:00 – 3:00 pm

Feamales in STEAM is really a photographic journey of females in STEM, with ‚A‘ for art placed in to the acronym. This event encourages researchers to see their globe and communicate their technology through art.

This event can be an accompaniment towards the ‚Supporting Women in Science‘ seminar held previous your day. Light refreshments will soon be offered.

EDI Town Hall

Leighton Hall
23 September, 2:30 – 3:30pm monday

You might be invited to become listed on into the discussion on exactly how we could provide an even more inclusive working, teaching and learning community for everyone else.

Professor Eileen Baldry (Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Equity Diversity & Inclusion) will soon be joined by pupil lovers together with UNSW Diversity Champions to emphasize the Division’s achievements, the main element initiatives underway and upcoming intends to help UNSW’s 2025 vision to be an exemplar that is international of, variety and addition.


John B. Reid Theatre, AGSM Building
Monday 23 September, 3:30 – 5:00pm

UNSW Medicine is pleased to ask you to the inaugural variety Debate having a distinguished panel of academics, experts and pupils from throughout the faculty.

Come and luxuriate in afternoon tea and a lively and debate that is entertaining variety and addition inside the context of training our next generation of physicians and health care professionals.


UNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre
23 September, 5:30 – 9:00pm monday

In collaboration using the UNSW Queer Collective, the UNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre proudly presents the inaugural Queer Dip, Dodge and Dive!

This comprehensive occasion provides free entry to your gymnasium and pool when it comes to night, usage of a unique Zumba session, usage of the Dodgeball competition and free meals is likely to be available a knockout post.


The Roundhouse
24 September, 9:45am – 5:00pm tuesday

Pupil Minds® may be the pupil sound on psychological state. Their 2019 Conference, ‚The different Mind: Celebrating Our Differences‘, can look at scholar health that is mental well-being through the contacts of LGBTQIA+, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander individuals, culturally and linguistically diverse teams and individuals by having a impairment.

We are going to hear from professionals and folks due to their own lived experience and will facilitate opportunities for collaboration. Join us to produce a campus culture which supports pupils from all backgrounds to flourish. Let’s celebrate our distinctions while keeping our feeling of individuality!


Gallery 1, Scientia Building
24 September, 12:00 – 2:00pm tuesday

Inclusive Education comprises techniques that produce teaching and learning more available to all pupils. Its framed because of the axioms of Universal Design for Learning UDL that is( to boost the accessibility of tertiary training to a wider populace of pupils. UDL is implemented through different techniques, technologies, together with co-production of courses with people with impairment.

This showcase that is interactive for anyone thinking about the technologies and methods of comprehensive training design in order to make training and learning more available to all pupils.


Village Green
24 September, 12:00 – 2:00pm tuesday

UNSW is a gathering location for a myriad of various nationalities, cultures and ethnocultural identities. Unified by the iconic barbecue we are using inspiration out of each and every continent to carry you an enormous event of worldwide food! Bring your flag, represent your tradition and revel in a feed that is free.


Webster Building
24 September, 3:30 – 5:00pm tuesday

Refugees and asylum seekers enter the news through various doors: through the news, to cinema, plus in numerous channels that are non-mainstream.

This panel explores these entry points for refugees within the news through presentations on three various kinds of access: indirect access – this involves the representation of refugees and asylum seekers supplied by the news headlines news through journalist reporting, that provides small control from the section of those people who are represented; mediated access – this is the narrative produced around refugees and asylum seekers through documentaries, by which parties come together; and direct access – this sees asylum seekers and refugees using the digital digital camera in their own personal arms; right right here, energy is held because of the storytellers. Through the full situation studies presented, the panel will offer you a lens for expression regarding the different measurements of access and control for refugees into the news.