Reporting racism

Reporting to Monash

Students can contact the Safer Community Unit to disclose an incident of interpersonal racism (including racial discrimination, harassment or vilification). Staff can disclose an incident by contacting the Safer Community Unit or the Manager, Ethical and Respectful Conduct in Monash HR.

Safer Community Unit

Ethical and Respectful Conduct

Phone03 9905 159903 9902 4945
HoursMon – Fri, 9am – 5pmMon – Fri, 9am – 5pm

Report an incident or concern

Complaints or allegations of racial discrimination, harassment or vilification will be handled in accordance with:

Support at Monash

External reporting and support pathways

Discrimination is against the law if it happens in an area of public life including at University or at work. Under the Equal Opportunity Act, duty holders (such as employers, schools, and goods and service providers) have a positive duty to eliminate discrimination, sexual harassment and victimisation in these areas, as far as possible.

You can get help from the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission. You can make a complaint to us if you think you have experienced discrimination, sexual harassment, victimisation, or racial and religious vilification.

Further information regarding external reporting and support pathways is available from:

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