The University of Sydney has partnered with Anti-Slavery Australia to develop a short and engaging awareness module specifically designed for University of Sydney students.
Developed by experts in the field, the online module will help you identify and understand the risks of modern slavery and highlight where to go for assistance and support.
The module will become available to all students in October 2020. You will receive a notification and access the module through your Canvas dashboard.
The module will take about 15 minutes for you to complete. Once you've successfully completed the module, it will appear in the 'Courses' section of Canvas.
If you are affected by any of the topics discussed in the module or experience any distress as a result, you do not need to continue completing it. You can access support through several avenues listed below.
Our module is not compulsory however we encourage all University of Sydney students currently located in Australia to complete it.
Through interactive activities and scenarios, you will learn:
Guidance, support and pathways to legal assistance are readily available both on and off campus and online. Below are a range of resources that may support you or a fellow student if you are in, or at risk of, modern slavery.
If you think you are experiencing modern slavery, or you are supporting someone experiencing modern slavery please email the Safer Communities Office where Student Liaison Officers will provide free, confidential and non-judgmental advice including:
If you are wishing to meet a staff member from the Safer Communities Office in person, please contact prior to arrange an appointment.
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