TRANSFORMATION Office

We would like you to know more about our office.

About US

Transformation in higher education is conceptualized around the principles expressed in the White Paper on Higher Education and Training of 1997. These are Equity and redress; Democratization; Development; Quality; Effectiveness and efficiency; Academic freedom; Institutional autonomy; and Public accountability. Based on these, the Transformation and Social Inclusion Office is tasked with:

    • Engaging university members in order to advance the values of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, more specifically human dignity, the attainment of equality, the advancement of human rights and freedoms and the promotion of a non-discriminatory university environment;
    • Developing and recommending development of policies that promote social justice, inclusion and redress;
    • Monitoring university policies and practices and making recommendations to promote equitable access and success in recruitment and academic programmes; and
    • Liaising with internal and external stakeholders on the status of transformation in the university.

Strategic outcomes

Events

1. Gender based violence campaign – 9 October 2020
1.    Human rights and social justice lecture
2.    Management training on investigating Gender based violence
3.    Launch of HeforShe programme
4.   Gender and Sexualities webinar
5.   International Day of Democracy Lecture

 

1.    Student leadership workshops on gender based violence and discrimination.

2.    Faculty based dialogues and debates on social inclusion

3.    World Day of Cultural Diversity

4.    Lecture on Africanization of curriculum

5.    Career Pathing workshop for students with disabilities

Gallery

Cultural Diversity Day

Notice Board

Featured Video

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Email Address

transformation@unizulu.ac.za
Office Number

035-9026650
Address:
Office T15 – Thandanani Complex, KwaDlangezwa Campus
Contact Webmaster: 035 902 6382
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