Fair Participation

Examples of considerations to be inclusive: 

  • Assumptions – stereotyping perceived backgrounds could lead to bias or discrimination by perception or association.  

  • Dress codes –although not imposed by the University as a whole, dress codes should be specific where a task requires a uniform or protective clothing to be worn due to Health & Safety and also to adhere to the brand image of the University. Adjustments should be made where health or religious commitments.

  • Naming – Learn attendee’s names and pronunciation so attendees do not feel excluded in team/seminar discussions.

  • Ensure that there are no barriers by ensuring that everyone are able and encouraged to participate and attend in engagement initiatives such as learning/training sessions and event/meetings regardless of their: