LGBTIQ+ and allies
We are committed to maintaining an inclusive environment where people are welcomed, respected and valued, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
Curtin’s Ally program has been running since 2006 and our Allies contribute to an inclusive and supportive environment at Curtin.
Our LGBTIQ+ Awareness Training is designed to raise awareness and understanding of contemporary challenges and barriers faced by LGBTIQ+ people. Once students or staff have completed the training, they can become a Curtin Ally.
Pride in Diversity AWEI Index
We are proud of our reputation and achievements as a member of Pride in Diversity and participation in the annual AWEI Index survey.
Hear Curtin Ally’s executive champion Val Raubenheimer talk about the Ally program at Curtin.
Support for students and staff
We have a range of support and community initiatives for LGBTIQ+ students, staff and allies at Curtin, including a gender transition guide for those undergoing a gender transition.
The LGBTIQA+ Human Rights Network is developing relationships between researchers interested in LGBTIQA+ studies.