Feeling at Home in a Foriegn Land
We support Gay Games 11 Hong Kong 2023!
Promote an Inclusive Culture and Value Diversity
The Chinese University of Hong Kong is a diverse, multicultural and innovative university. It is imperative that all students, faculty and staff are valued, respected, and provided with equal opportunities so that all can rise to their highest capacity.
Principles, Policies and Procedures
- Discrimination Complaint Handling:
- Procedures in Handling Discrimination Complaints
- Policy Against Sexual Harassment
- Diversity and Inclusion Policy
- Gender-sensitive & Family Friendly Policies/ Practice
Sharing from CUHK Community
Working at the DIO enables me to understand why we should care about diversity and inclusion, and ways to promote diversity and inclusion. Diversity helps to breed productivity, creativity & Innovation. More importantly, everyone deserves to be respected and have their uniqueness celebrated. It is a memorable and eye-opening experience for me. I will highly recommend this internship program to students who are interested in diversity and inclusion.
Year 3 student, Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages
D&I Ambassador 2020/21
Being a Student Intern at the DIO
Being an intern at the Diversity and Inclusion Office, I participated in a bunch of things, such as editing the leaflets, brainstorming for our next events and more. Speaking of events, when my boss told us that CUHK will be participating as a supporting organization for Gay Games Hong Kong 2022, I was so proud of it. It makes me realise that we are really trying to be inclusive and working on it. Students want to see change as soon as possible but changes take time. The small and new office is trying to do things and we just need to be a little bit more patient to finally see some changes. Overall, working there for roughly a month was a short and sweet experience, never thought working on campus would be that fun.
Year 3 student, School of Journalism and Communication
D&I Ambassador 2020/21
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