Equity and Diversity
The University of Newcastle values equity, diversity, access and social justice. We strive to create a learning and working environment that reflects and celebrates diversity, practises affirmative action, offers equal opportunity and is free from discrimination and harassment.
The role of the Equity and Diversity Unit is to work in partnership with staff, students and the wider community to ensure that the principles of equity, diversity, access and social justice are embedded into all that the University aims to achieve.
National Disability Coordination Officer Program Newcastle-Hunter, NSW
The NDCO Program is an Australia-wide Government funded Program which assists people with a disability aged 15 to 64 to move forward into training, education, and subsequent employment.
Kay Dean is the NDCO for this Region, and can assist in the provision of information, coordination of activities and referral for people with a disability and the staff who support them. To find NDCOs in other regions of Australia, visit the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations' (DEEWR) website .