We're on the lookout for dancers, singers, musicians, DJs and emcees, with a focus on celebrating cultures around the world, to perform on each campus during Respect at Uni Week in March.
To celebrate women and girls in science, listen to the latest Respect. Belong. Thrive. podcast featuring Zoë Brittain and Brooke Jensen, Deakin STEM students and In2science mentors.
Help Deakin celebrate our diverse community by marching in the 2024 Pako Festa Parade! Don't delay though – registrations close 16 February and there are only 50 spots available!
As the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence 2023 campaign draws to a close, we take a moment to reflect on the impactful events and activities we took part in during this time.
If you ever experience or witness problem behaviour, including sexual harm and family violence, Safer Community can provide confidential support.
Ahead of International Day of People with Disability 2023, student Maddie reflects on some common ideas and assumptions about disability, and what you can do to help your fellow students feel included at uni.
While it can feel hard to call out behaviour that disrespects women, this is how we'll all help to end gender-based violence. During this year's 16 Days of Activism campaign, discover how you can make a difference.
Have you met Deakin's amazing team of multifaith chaplains yet? They are here to support everyone – regardless of your beliefs. See how you can get in touch should you need a friendly ear or a fresh perspective during your studies.
Edis Celhaka, one of Deakin's Disability Liaison Officers, explains what the Disability Resource Centre is all about and whether you may be eligible for support.
Hear from Deakin PhD candidate Ollie Cook (they/them) in the Transgender Identities podcast episode, plus see the range of community webinars and support available this week and beyond.