Building on our core values, we are committed to living our values and making a difference both locally and globally.
Through dedication to living sustainably, respecting our indigenous cultures and promoting intellectual freedom, RMIT’s staff and students understand the importance of a values-based culture.
Respect for Australian Indigenous cultures
Wominjeka. This means "Welcome" in the Victorian Aboriginal language of the Wurundjeri people.
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RMIT is committed to the practice of incorporating sustainability principles and practices into learning and teaching, research and operational activities.
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Diversity and inclusion
Building a culture of inclusion and diversity for staff and students is one of RMIT’s values.
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Mental Health and Wellbeing
Mental health, wellbeing and resilience are key protective factors that support students’ learning and academic success. At RMIT, we value mental wellbeing and believe that investing in this, for both
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Reducing Sexual Harm: Changing the Course
The aim of the Changing the Course three-year framework is to build a community where every student and staff member is not only safe, but respected, valued and treated as an equal.
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Sustainable Development Goals
The RMIT-Wide SDGs Project, initiated in June 2018, aims to improve University accountability in relation to its contributions to the SDGs.
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