Women and those who identify as female are common targets of online abuse. Get some practical advice on how to make your social media interactions positive and safe – and learn where to go for help if you need it.
As part of our Wear it Purple Day celebrations, a Human Library will bring together members of our LGBTIQ+ community to share their stories. Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn and gain a new perspective.
Do you know what Deakin stands for as a university? Find out how to make a positive contribution while you're here – from studying honestly to supporting our inclusive culture.
This NAIDOC Week, we're coming together to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Here's what's happening at Deakin and in the community.
What's your current or all-time fave Indigenous tune? Get your requests in now for our NAIDOC Week playlist, and you could win a UE Wonderboom speaker valued at $129!
NAIDOC Week, when we celebrate our incredible Indigenous culture and history, is running from 3 to 10 July. You don't want to miss these events, so register now!
Prepare yourself for future relationships, careers and other life experiences by learning about respect, gender equality and diversity. You'll also be contributing to Deakin's safe and respectful environment.
Reconciliation is a national issue, but it can also be deeply personal. Submit a piece of creative writing on what reconciliation means to you and it may be published in Verandah Magazine!
This National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week, discover some simple ways you can help to make Australia a more just, equitable and reconciled country.
Meet Layla Clarkson-Eather, a business student who's proving that blindness is no barrier to uni success and is an inspiring advocate for improving accessibility services.
People with disability can find it difficult to access information online. Thursday 19 May is Global Accessibility Awareness Day, so take some time to learn more, including from Deakin students in our new podcast.
IDAHOBIT 2022: show your support for our LGBTIQ+ community and you could win Geelong Cats Pride merch!
Snap a pic on the Pride Stairs on your campus for your chance to win! Entries close on Friday 20 May 2022.