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  Pride in Sport

 
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PRIDE IN SPORT


ABOUT THE PROGRAM


MU Sport welcomes and celebrates its diversity and will ensure the safety and ongoing support of all LGBTIQA+ students, employees and community members of the University.

MU Sport will ensure that all students are given the fair opportunity to participate in all University sporting, recreation and fitness programs where the focus will be on one’s skills, work ethic and spirit, not sexual orientation and/or gender identity.

As the first University to be a signatory to the ACON- Pride in Sport Program, MU Sport is currently working to implement a governance structure that’s policies and procedures support the safe inclusion of the LGBTI community across all university sport, fitness and recreational activities.

Further information regarding the ACON National Pride in Sport Program can be found here.

In addition, a series of exhibition and awareness events will be staged across the year, providing opportunities for students, staff, alumni and the wider community to publicly show their support for this important initiative. 

MU Sport is furthermore cooperating with different Sports Clubs to support them in their Pride initiatives, which will be run throughout the year. Clubs that have expressed their interest in participating in the Pride program to date are the Melbourne University Athletics Club, Melbourne University Football Club, Taekwondo, Melbourne University Socccer Club and Melbourne University Basketball Club.

MU Sport is currently in the process of appointing a Pride and Diversity Officer to steward the program.  An announcement as to this appointment will be in due course.
 

If you would like more information regarding the University of Melbourne Pride in Sport program, please contact:
 

Alex Affleck- Fitness Services Manager
Email: a.affleck@unimelb.edu.au 
Phone: +61 (0)3 8344 3987

Stephanie Weaver- Project Officer
Email: stephanie.weaver@unimelb.edu.au 
Phone: +61 (0)3 8344 6028


 

PRIDE IN SPORT WEEK

 

Monday 9 April - Friday 15 April

Pride in Sport Week at the University celebrates and raises awareness of the need for diversity and inclusion of all members of the University community in sporting, health and fitness settings. 

Everyone in the University community is invited to participate, compete and get fit in an environment that seeks to create safer spaces for all.

Be a positive part of the Melbourne Experience. Join us and celebrate our diversity.

 

PRIDE IN SPORT BREAKFAST

Join us for a delicious bacon and eggs breakfast on Thursday 12 April 2018 to celebrate Pride in Sport Week and learn about MU Sport's Pride in Sport program.

You are invited to grab some free barista coffee and breakfast for a great start in the day.

We will also be giving students the opportunity to record messages of support, affirming that the Sporting community of the University welcomes and celebrates its diversity.


When: 12 April 2018, 7.30am - 9am

Where: Concrete Lawn

Join the event on facebook and let your friends know you are attending.

 

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS


PUBLIC LECTURE- SPORTING INCLUSION IN AUSTRALIA

Presented in conjunction with ACON- this public lecture will outline the broader industry context of inclusionary practices in sport and its importance within a University framework. 


When: TBC

Where: TBC

 

CLUB EVENTS

MU Sport is furthermore cooperating with different Sports Clubs to support them in their Pride initiatives, which will be run throughout the year. Clubs that have expressed their interest in participating in the Pride program to date are the Melbourne University Athletics Club, Melbourne University Football Club, Taekwondo, Melbourne University Socccer Club and Melbourne University Basketball Club.

Dates and times to be confirmed.


 

ADDITIONAL WELLBEING AND SUPPORT SERVICES

If you are in immediate danger, or for after-hours support, please contact University Security on +613 8344 666 or the Police on 000.
 

SAFER COMMUNITY PROGRAM

The Safer Community Program (SCP) is an initiative run by the University of Melbourne that promotes a respectful, inclusive and connected campus community that fosters safe learning, working and living at the University.

If you, or someone you know, has experienced discrimination, bullying, sexual harassment, sexually assault, or other concerning, threatening or violent behaviours, SPC can help and provide support, referrals and the information to assist you. 

Contact information

Phone: 03 9035 8675
Email: safer-community@unimelb.edu.au
Address: Stop 1 (Parkville campus), 757 Swanston Street (corner Grattan Street)
Website: safercommunity.unimelb.edu.au 
 

SECURITY ESCORTS

University security officers staff the Security Control Room and patrol the campus 24 hours a day. They are available to escort University staff and students to their car, closest public transport/taxi pickup point, college or other locations on or in the near vicinity of the central campus.

If you can, pre-book this service or give us a call on 8344 4674 or 1800 246 066.
 

CAMPUS SECURITY

Trained Security Officers patrol University campuses 24 hours a day and are responsible for the safety of the University community and the security of its property. Report any incidents or suspicious activity immediately.
 

General enquiries: 03 8344 4674

In an emergency: 03 8344 6666 or 1800 246 066
 

COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES

The University Counselling and Psychological Services provides professional counselling, workshops, and consultancy services for students and staff. Counsellors are experienced psychologists and social workers, offering a confidential, responsive and respectful service, regardless of your cultural background, beliefs or lifestyle.

The Counselling and Psychological Services website contains details of our range of services and online resources, all aimed at maximising your full academic and/or working potential.

 


 


 

 
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