A values-based University

At Griffith we understand that equity, diversity and inclusion is our strength. We embrace diversity and inclusion to ensure that all staff are provided with a safe, supportive and productive environment. We are committed to social justice and see the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as one powerful articulation of these values.

Athena Swan Member
2019 Finalist - Best Workplace Diversity and Inclusion
Pride in diversity - award
Australian Network on Disability (AND) - Bronze Membership
Women in Technology - Employer of Choice award finalist 2019

First Peoples

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay respect to the Elders, past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

First Peoples employment

Griffith is undertaking an ambitious recruitment strategy including the recruitment of senior Australian First Peoples leaders. Talk to our First Peoples Employment Consultant to find out more about opportunities at Griffith.

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Reconciliation action plan

Griffith commenced developing its first RAP in 2010 - building on the work started with our Reconciliation Statement. We are taking the opportunity to assess the success of our 2016-2019 RAP and have commenced consultations to inform our future strategies.

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Plans and committees

Plans

Griffith's Strategic Plan clearly articulates our commitment to Australian First Peoples, equity, diversity, inclusion and social justice. We have a number of Plans that sit beneath our Strategic Plan that further articulate our aims. These include:

Networks

Our networks support our strategic aims by promoting Griffith values and providing guidance to the Griffith community.

Committees

We have a range of committees devoted to staff and student equity, diversity and inclusion. They include:

Resources and professional development

    Academic equity development program

    The Academic Equity Development Program ( AEDP ) provides eligible academic and research staff with support to conduct sustained activities to further their development as scholars, researchers, teachers and/or practitioners. It is awarded in recognition of the achievements and potential achievements of individual staff, despite previous career disadvantage that has been experienced and related to certain attributes or circumstances.

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