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UN & Australian Autonomous Sanctions

Sanctions prohibit the University from dealing with specific individuals and entities, or providing those individuals, entities and specified countries with access to specific types of training, services and resources. The training, services or resources targeted by the sanctions are those relevant to military purposes or the development of weapons of mass destruction. For a small number of sanctioned countries this also applies to specified dual use goods. Sanctions aim to ensure the University does not equip targeted individuals, entities or countries with these resources or the skills to utilise these resources.

The following information is provided to assist you to determine if sanctions could influence your ability to recruit research degree students, invite visiting students and academics to the university, travel internationally or collaborate with researchers overseas.

It is critical that all staff at the university understand sanctions and comply with them. All staff are required to take reasonable precautions and exercise due diligence to prevent conduct that may breach sanctions.



What You Need to Know about Sanctions

 
Understanding the Risks
 
Training and Resources

What are
UN & Australian Autonomous Sanctions?


Sanctions measures

 
How do sanctions affect me?

Risk Assessment

 
Procedures and Forms

Training

FAQs

Contacts

 

 

 

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