The Accessibility and Equity Collective brings together students at the University with a disability who have an interest in making friends and building community, all whist promoting fairness and equity in all areas of life.
Together, the Convenor and the Accessibility and Equity Collective represent students living with a disability, including but not limited to:
Physical and auditory disabilities;
Terminal illness; and
Individuals who do not necessarily identify as disabled but have lived experience.
The Collective will offer accessible and inclusive social events, resources and support networks, and advocate for all students living with a disability to help make university a positive experience without disadvantage or discrimination, to maximise the support available to them.
It will also connect with the broader University community to raise greater awareness of the need for equitable spaces among students and staff. And through its connection to the SRC, it will ensure that UNSA’s student support services are informed by best practice and lived experience.
If you are a student who identifies as someone with accessibility needs and/or lived experience, you are welcome to be a part of the Collective! Click the button below to join.