ECU is a global and contemporary university and thus our community is highly culturally, ethnically and linguistically diverse. We are committed to ensuring an inclusive learning and work environment for people of all backgrounds, cultures and faiths.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Matters
Indigenous Matters outlines some key information about ECU's commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education and reconciliation.
Diversity Council Australia defines cultural diversity as:
The variation between people in terms of how they identify on a range of dimensions including ancestry, ethnicity, ethno-religiosity, language, national origin, race, and/or religion.
Racism. It stops with me
ECU has proudly pledged our support for the Australian Human Rights Commission's “Racism. It stops with me” campaign to acknowledge that racism have no place in Australia or at ECU.
Learn more about what you can do to respond to racism at the Racism. It stops with me website.
Cultural diversity resources
ECU is proud to be a dynamic, multicultural and multifaith community. You, your faith and traditions are valued and respected as a member of ECU.
Facilities and prayer rooms
Facilities for spiritual service and prayer are available at Joondalup and Mount Lawley campuses for staff and students of any faith to utilise.
For more information on campus facilities available to you, you can go to the Facilities and Prayer Room webpage or contact Campus Support Office.
Multifaith resources and support
For an A-Z listing of various faith communities available in WA, you can go to the Western Australia faith communities webpage.
Calendar of cultural and religious dates
You can visit the Australian Government's Calendar of cultural and religious dates to learn more about the special dates and events observed by members of culturally and faith diverse communities.
Support and resources
For more information about resources and supports available, you can visit the equity resources and support page or contact the Equity Projects Team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (08) 6304 6170.