Policies and complaints
This page contains information on Curtin University policies relating to sexual and gender diversity issues as well as the complaint management procedure.
Curtin University has policies and procedures in place to ensure that students and staff are able to study and work in an environment free from discrimination and harassment, and to comply with Commonwealth and State legislation on equal opportunity. These are informed by the Curtin Annual Student Satisfaction (CASS) survey results, which captures gender diversity demographic information (with options male, female and 'X'), and Staff 'Your Voice' survey (inclusive of LGBTI).
Key policies include:
- Diverse Sexuality and Gender Identity Inclusion Strategy
- Equal Opportunity Policy
- Procedures for the Elimination of Discrimination and Harassment
- Diversity Policy.
Staff, students and members of the community can direct any complaints they may have to the Integrity and Standards Unit, which also has people with specialist roles who can assist.