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Diversity and Inclusion at RMIT

RMIT recognises that a welcoming and diverse environment results in higher success and engagement levels for our staff and students.

Within Ready for Life and Work: RMIT’s Strategic Plan to 2020, inclusion was identified as one of RMIT’s key values.


RMIT creates life-changing opportunities for all, welcomes students and staff from diverse backgrounds, honours the identity and knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nations, and is an accessible and open institution dedicated to serving the needs of the whole community.Ending Quote

A key milestone marking this commitment was the launch of the RMIT’s Diversity & Inclusion Framework for 2016-2020, and its six associated Actions Plans.

Each plan outlines the University’s objective to build a more open and accessible institution, dedicated to engaging with all staff and students.

The launch of the Gender Equality Action Plan for Staff in early October included an interactive and energetic audience sharing creative and practical ideas that can be implemented in the workplace.

marked the launch of the Diverse genders, sexes and sexualities Action plan launch, closely followed by an official celebration of the Diversity & Inclusion Framework at the Global Dialogue Series.

This event was hosted by Deputy Vice-Chancellor International and Vice President, Professor Andrew MacIntyre, and included a panel of passionate cultural inclusion ambassadors.

Staff can visit the Diversity & Inclusion webpage to read the action plans in detail and learn more about the different ways they can be implemented across the University.