We are committed to a safe, inclusive and respectful university

All members of the Griffith University community have a right to feel welcome and safe. It's everyone's responsibility at Griffith to ensure equity and inclusion are part of our daily work and study environment.  We provide a range of education programs and resources to promote campus communities that are free from harassment, bullying, discrimination or other behaviours that impact negatively on others.

Sex, love, dating digital booklet

Griffith Health, Counselling and Wellbeing's 'Sex, Love, Dating' booklet is a healthy relationship resource, providing all you need to know about consent, friendships, dating online and offline, and much more.

Sex, Love, Dating digital booklet

Technology & Cybersafety

Our use of technology and online environments is increasing, and with it, the potential to experience unsafe behaviours such an technology-based abuse and cyber-bullying.  The e-Safety Commissioner provides a range of information and resources to assist young people, educators, parents, women and seniors to both stay safe online and understand your digital reputation.


Whatever your gender, sexuality or relationship status, this free module from the MATE Bystander team aims to help you:

  • understand respect as a foundation to healthy relationships;
  • identify consent and non-consent in relationships and sexual interactions;
  • understand attitudes and assumptions in society which effect your own beliefs and boundaries; and
  • learn ways to look out for friends and others through positive leadership as an active bystander.

Staff and students should complete Sex and Respect: It's On All Of Us, available on Learning@Griffith now.

Go to module


For the inaugural It’s On All of Us week in 2018, first year Acting students from our Performing Arts department at QCGU compiled and performed Ninety Percent to live audiences. This powerful performance has since been filmed by LiveLab at Griffith Film School and is now provided for Griffith staff and students as a learning tool, aimed at sparking conversation and increasing awareness.

Staff and students wishing to screen the performance should contact Safe Campuses via email to safecampuses@griffith.edu.au and download the toolkit below.

Download toolkit


If you see or hear behaviour that is not OK, you can do something to assist.If you think it's safe to do so, you can act in the moment to call out bad behaviour.

This might mean calling out at someone to stop, or telling your friend to settle down or apologise for an offensive remark. If it's not safe for you to help immediately, you might chose to call for security or emergency services, or wait and assist the victim of bad behaviour after the perpetrator has left, to make sure they are OK.

If you're not sure about the behaviour you are witnessing, just ask yourself is this OK?

You can learn more about being an effective bystander through Griffith's MATE Bystander program.  Griffith Students and staff can complete the program for free via Learning@Griffith.

MATE Bystander

Harassment & Discrimination Contact Officers

Harassment and Discrimination Contact Officers are available to talk to staff and students about behaviours which may constitute harassment, sexual harassment, bullying and discrimination.

Cultural Competence Program

Increase your skills and knowledge in cultural competence, diversity and inclusion

Nurturing a Respectful and Inclusive Griffith community

Walking in rainbow shoes

As a Pride in Diversity member organisation, Griffith is pleased to provide staff and students with access to the 'Walking in Rainbow Shoes: LGBTI Inclusion training module'.

This 20 minute module was developed by Pride in Diversity and the Australian Red Cross Blood Service, to enable broader training reach, and to assist in raising awareness about LGBTI inclusion, particularly in the workplace.

Staff and students are encouraged to complete 'Walking in Rainbow Shoes', now available on Learning at Griffith.


Griffith provides a culturally safe environment for our students, staff and communities through recognition of our First Peoples - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


At Griffith University we are always seeking ways to remove barriers to the participation of people with disability in higher education.

We welcome applications for employment from people with disabilities and provide support to staff and managers through workplace assessments and reasonable adjustments.

Student diversity and inclusion

We're here to help all students get the most out of their University experience

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