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7 February 2024, Wednesday

Fai Chun Writing Workshop

19 January 2024, Friday

D&I Carnival 2024

20 December 2023, Wednesday

60 Humans of CUHK –
D&I Festival

7 December 2023, Thursday

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Committee Against Discrimination and Sexual Harassment


Policy Against Sexual Harassment

The University is committed to equal opportunity in academic pursuits and employment. Any form of discrimination or harassment will not be tolerated. The University shall take any and all necessary steps to eliminate and prevent its occurrence on campus.

Online Training


Diversity and Inclusion: Unconscious Bias

Recognising and reducing unconscious bias is an important step to create a discrimination-free campus where great minds and ideas can flourish.  Saying no to subconscious discriminatory stereotypes can promote diversity, inclusion and partnership through understanding and respect across the CUHK community, which is one of the five goals of University Social Responsibility (USR).

Details to self-enrol the training can be found here.  You can complete the training program, consisting of seven modules, at your own pace by 30th September 2023. A token of appreciation (cable kit) and a certificate of completion will be awarded upon completion for new participants. 

Sharing from CUHK Community

Workshop on Experiencing Visual Impairment

Workshop on Experiencing Visual Impairment

The workshop is eye-opening and helps us to understand the life of people with visual impairment, their difficulties, and how to provide help for them.  Workshop like such can raise public awareness and educate people on how to assist visually impaired people. Moreover, public places should be more inclusive by accepting guide dog and provide Braille.

Ito Shizue
Year 1 student, Global Studies
D&I Ambassador 2022/23

Diversity matters

Diversity matters

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.

Ivan Tang
Year 3 student, Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages
D&I Ambassador 2020/21

Being a Student Intern at the DIO

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.  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.

Jesslyn Luyan
Year 3 student, School of Journalism and Communication
D&I Ambassador 2020/21

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Contact Us

Diversity and Inclusion Office supports the University’s commitment to fostering and maintaining the culture and environment for diversity and inclusion, including handling of complaints under the purview of the anti-discrimination ordinances.

Contact Information

Room 1305, Yasumoto International Academic Park, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong.

(852) 3943 0382

(852) 3942 0892

Opening Hours

Monday to Thursday Friday
8:45 am – 1:00 pm 8:45 am – 1:00 pm
2:00 pm – 5:30 pm 2:00 pm – 5:45 pm

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