Get Involved

The ‘Racism.  It Stops With Me’ Campaign was launched at the Bathurst campus on Thursday 26 November 2015 by the Vice-Chancellor. The launch coincided with Nguluway, CSU’s annual Indigenous staff conference and was attended by staff, students and external community partners. Since then the campaign launched in Wagga Wagga, and further campaign launches are scheduled throughout 2016. 

We invite staff and students to attend Racism. It Stops With Me campaign launches at each of the campuses below.

Schedule of Campaign Launches

CampusDateTimeLocation
Wagga WaggaThursday, 4 August 201611:30am to 12:15pmInside the Hub (Crow Bar)
Albury-WodongaThursday, 29 September 201611:00am to 12:00pmGums Cafe & Courtyard
OrangeTuesday, 4 October 201611:00am to 12:00pmBuilding 1001, Room 149
DubboWednesday, 5 October 201611:00am to 12:00pmBuilding 901, Room 202
GoulburnWednesday, 12 October 2016To be confirmed To be confirmed
CanberraTBATBATBA
Port MacquarieWednesday, 7 December 201611:00am to 12:00pmThe Courtyard

Courageous Conversations about Race program

As part of the Racism. It Stops With Me campaign the Division of Human Resources will be conducting training for facilitators to deliver “Courageous Conversations About Race” (CCAR) workshops to staff and students. This program has a strong theoretical and practical base and is being rolled out across the Higher Education sector in Australia and New Zealand.

Workshops

We have workshops planned for staff at the following locations. Click on the link to register!
Please note, registrations close 2 weeks prior to the date of the workshop.

Campus
DateTime
Albury-WodongaThursday, 29 September 20161:00pm to 4:30pm
Bathurst Session 1Thursday, 22 September 20169:00am to 12:30pm
Bathurst Session 2Thursday, 22 September 20161:30pm to 5:00pm
OrangeTuesday, 4 October 201612:30pm to 4:00pm
DubboWednesday, 5 October 20161:00pm to 4:30pm
Port MacquarieWednesday, 7 December 20161:30pm to 5:00pm
Goulburn Wednesday, 12 October 2016Time to be confirmed
Canberra (Expression of Interest)Register your Expression of InterestTBA

Facilitator Training

Our intention is to train an inter-racial inter-cultural mix of facilitators who may deliver CCAR workshops, tailored for CSU, on each of our campuses and online. We therefore seek Expressions of Interest from potential facilitators, preferably from a diverse background. However it is open to anyone who has a passion for and/or background in diversity and inclusive practice, and has facilitation skills.

Contact rswm@csu.edu.au if you wish to become a facilitator.