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Curtin University

Sexuality and gender diversity

At Curtin, we know that talent and great ideas occur independently of people’s gender or sexuality.

We know that people perform better when they can be themselves. Where students or staff ‘self-edit’ and are not comfortable in bringing their whole identity to Curtin, there is a risk both to their own performance and to the strength of the teams they’re in. That’s why we’re committed to creating an environment where our students and staff are welcomed, respected and valued, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identify or gender expression.

Creating and maintaining an inclusive University is central to Curtin’s values and strategic positioning to “above all, be led by our values as we support our staff, promote Indigenous reconciliation and contribute to a fairer and more just society for all”.

Second National Australian Ally Conference 2018Second National Australian Ally Conference 2018

Hosted by Curtin University in Perth on 27-28 September 2018

Welcome from the Vice-ChancellorWelcome from the Vice-Chancellor

Join us in supporting sexual and gender diversity at Curtin.

Curtin AllyCurtin Ally

Information about the Ally programs run at Curtin.

LGBTIQ+ and Ally trainingLGBTIQ+ and Ally training

Become an Ally by participating in one of our workshops.

Policies and complaintsPolicies and complaints

Familiarise yourself with university policies and complaints procedures.

LGBTIQ+ support and communityLGBTIQ+ support and community

See Curtin’s range of support and resources for LGBTIQ+ students.

Contact an AllyContact an Ally

Contact an Ally in your area, or the Ally Program coordinator.