The Ally network promotes Monash as a safe space for individuals who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex or queer (LGBTIQ).







Ally network



Monash University is committed to sustaining an inclusive campus community free from racism and discrimination. 


The Social Justice Unit faciliates training and workshops, hosts events and activities and provides resources for students and staff to support the Monash's commitment to cultural inclusion.  


Visit Cultural Inclusion at Monash to find out more. 













Cultural inclusion at Monash


Monash promotes access and equity for students with disability, ongoing medical or mental health conditions


Disability Services provide support and resources including:


  • Notetakers and Auslan interpreters
  • Readings in alternative formats
  • Loan of electric scooters
  • Adaptive equipment and software
  • Alternative arrangements for exams
  • Access to library materials

Disability services


The Social Justice Unit hosts a number of events throughout the year including:


Diversity and Inclusion Week which provides an opportunity to engage staff, students and visitors and celebrate Monash's commitment to social justice.


Vice-Chancellor's Diversity and Inclusion Awards acknowledge those who contribute to Monash University's commitment to providing an inclusive environment and culture that offers equitable access and support to students, staff and the wider Monash community.



Keep up to date on what's happening in the social justice space at Monash, in the media and in the broader community.


Social Justice Unit Blog


Disability Services Blog


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Social Justice Unit Blogs



The Social Justice Unit facilitates various workshops throughout the year. These include: