Vice-Chancellor reaffirms unanimous support for marriage equality
Curtin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry has released the following statement about the marriage equality postal survey.
“In line with the principle that equality and non-discrimination are fundamental human rights, members of the Senior Executive Team (SET) believe that civil marriage should be available to all couples. On this basis, we are proud to reaffirm our unanimous support for marriage equality in response to the current postal survey.
“Curtin has held a long-standing commitment to creating an inclusive and welcoming culture where LGBTIQ+ students and staff feel supported and respected, a commitment that fully aligns with our values. Marriage equality fits squarely with this commitment.”
The second Australian Ally Conference, entitled ‘Activating Human Rights: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Intersex Status – Leading the Change’ is being held at Curtin University on 27 and 28 September 2018.