It is important to know your equal opportunity rights and responsibilities. The UTS Policy on the prevention of harassment outlines the rights and responsibilities of all UTS staff, students and visitors.
UTS is committed to providing opportunities for all students and staff to study, learn, work and participate in the full range of University activities. In particular, UTS has policies and programs to provide equal opportunity for all persons regardless of sex; race; marital status; carers' responsibilities; disability; sexual preference; age; political conviction, and religious belief.
- learn how to deal with and prevent discrimination and harassment in the workplace
- understand your legal rights and responsibilities to achieve a discrimination and harassment free campus
- increase your awareness of equity policies, issues and strategies in your university, and
- have a reference for dealing with grievances
Through SHOUTS (Sex-based Harassment, discrimination and bullying Out of UTS), UTS is committed to ensuring all students and staff are treated fairly, and can study and work in an environment free from discrimination, harassment and victimisation.