Our attitudes and beliefs dictate how we behave, speak, prioritise and live our lives.
They aren’t always conscious, and they are formed based on things like our personal experiences and social stereotypes, but they all impact our actions. It's important to challenge negative attitudes or discriminatory beliefs so that they don’t evolve into harmful behaviours.
Here are some real life examples of assumptions we've witnessed and some positive initiatives that challenge attitudes and promote inclusivity:
Being part of a positive learning, working, and living environment includes reminding the people around you of what is and isn't okay. Together, we can help keep the NTU community free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, and bullying. As well as being potentially illegal and subject to criminal investigation, such negative behaviours may lead to dismissal or exclusion from the university.