The Say My Name campaign

The Mosaic Network, which represents the University of Sydney’s culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) community, has launched the Say My Name campaign to encourage all staff and students to understand the importance of saying a name they haven’t said before.

For many, identity is tightly bound up in our names and could reflect our family history, mother tongue or cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

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Episode 15: Gender equity during COVID-19 – finding silver linings

At the University of Sydney, fairness and inclusion go hand in hand with merit and excellence.

In episode 15 of Think Difference, we spoke to Professor Renae Ryan, Academic Director of SAGE and Annie Fenwicke, SAGE Program Manager.

They spoke about how the University of Sydney has embedded accountability for gender equity and diversity across the university structure, the University’s SAGE action plan, and how they have worked to actively preserve gender equity during COVID-19.

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Diversity Leads to Innovation: Interview with Professor Nalini Joshi

Professor Nalini Joshi, FAA FRSN, co-Chair of the SAGE Steering Committee,  Academy Council member and Georgina Sweet Australian Laureate Fellow.

In this interview with Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE), Professor Nalini Joshi, Co-Chair of SAGE, talks about the potential of the SAGE Pilot to help change the culture that currently leads to poor retention of women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM). Nalini says:

The mechanism of SAGE is primarily to initiate local reflection and from the results of the local reflection, create action that will actually change the situation there.

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