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Ambitions, strategic directions, plans and commitments

 In 2008 UniSA reviewed its directions and through a revived Vision, Mission and Values statement established New Horizons – an outline of our aspirations, our people and our performance.  From that solid foundation UniSA has developed Horizon 2020 outlining the institution's ambitions and strategic directions for the next 10 years.

Horizon 2020 is supported by the Corporate Planning Process.  The University's Corporate Plan has the role of identifying priorities for each key area, setting performance targets and outlining core projects. As such it informs local planning and operational plans for areas of activity.  Corporate Planning and Review also provides a framework for the production of the University's Annual Report.

Participation, equity and diversity

UniSA's commitment to providing equitable access to higher education for all sections of the Australian community is highlighted in our Act.

The University of South Australia promotes equal opportunity in employment and strongly supports the spirit and intent of equal opportunity and anti-discrimination legislation. UniSA is compliant with the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (Act) and holds a formal Workplace Gender Equality Agency (Agency) Notice of Compliance.

The University is also committed to promoting equal opportunity in employment and to conforming to the spirit and intent of equal opportunity and anti-discrimination legislation. We have adopted an Indigenous employment strategy and have specific policies covering racism, discrimination and harassment, equal opportunity, inclusive language and diversity representation on committees and working groups.