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Diversity and inclusion helps to promote the skills and abilities of all people irrespective of their gender, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability/long- term medical condition. Diversified workplaces have greater employee satisfaction and are more productive.
Our resources below are here to help you find an organisation that values diversity and is free of discrimination.
RMIT is committed to assisting the needs of our Indigenous students and graduates by helping to source opportunities with employers targeting Indigenous Australians whilst also providing careers resources and support.
- See information that is specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and graduates
The Australian Human Rights Commission helps to resolve complaints of racial discrimination and racial vilification.
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission can help resolve complaints on race or religious discrimination in employment (this also includes discrimination on colour, nationality, national origin, descent, ancestry, ethnic origin, and ethnicity).
Looking for work is challenging for everyone. It can also be harder for people with a medical condition who encounter barriers from employer attitudes, the work environment, and the physical environment. Despite this, there are strategies and support to help you work through the challenges of looking for work.
- People with a disability or long-term medical condition
- Arts Access Victoria can help you mentor and assist people with disabilities in the arts and assist with applying for grants.
A full listing of Women-friendly, non-government organisations with Equal Opportunity programs that recognise and advance their female workforce:
Awards are to recognise the achievements of business women across the country:
Sexual orientation and gender identity
Career resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) students and their allies to educate, prepare and empower when entering the workplace.