Actual and Virtual Realities

Overview

Respect Week at The University of Melbourne celebrates our commitment to a safe, inclusive, connected and respectful University community that embraces diversity and is free from behaviours that place people at risk of harm.

Respect Week provides the opportunity to remind our University community that all forms of assault, harassment, discrimination and bullying are always unacceptable, and that we should speak up for ourselves, and for others when we see or hear something we think is not ok.

Respect Week promotes the services available for students and staff who may need help and support.

Respect Week activities include a fascinating range of lectures, workshops and social events that, in all, will encourage all members of the University community to contribute to a respectful living, learning and working community.

Investigators

Respect Week at The University of Melbourne celebrates our commitment to a safe, inclusive, connected and respectful University community that embraces diversity and is free from behaviours that place people at risk of harm.

Respect Week provides the opportunity to remind our University community that all forms of assault, harassment, discrimination and bullying are always unacceptable, and that we should speak up for ourselves, and for others when we see or hear something we think is not ok.

Respect Week promotes the services available for students and staff who may need help and support.

Respect Week activities include a fascinating range of lectures, workshops and social events that, in all, will encourage all members of the University community to contribute to a respectful living, learning and working community.

Respect Week at The University of Melbourne celebrates our commitment to a safe, inclusive, connected and respectful University community that embraces diversity.

Projects related to this theme

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  • The Great Divergence
  • The Human and the Inhuman
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