the equity portfolio seeks to advocate for students in all activities and the rmit law students' society
This is not limited to gender, disability, ethnicity or religious belief - also to other equality issues facing the RMIT Law Students' Society members. Managing equity and concession tickets in line with the equity policy for major events (Law Ball); assess and explore external opportunities for engagement with other equity groups; and facilitate R U OK? Day initiatives.
Are You Okay? day
#RUOKDay2022 is today and the message this year is: Ask R U OK?, no qualifications needed.
“It doesn’t matter what age or ethnicity you are, ask people around you, 'are you OK?'."
There are so many different ways to ask, "are you OK?" The most important thing is asking in a way that is comfortable for you both and lets them know you care and are there to support them. People won't always tell you when they're struggling. By checking in regularly, meaningfully connecting and asking if they're OK, we can help them find support long before they're in crisis.
For tips on how to ask R U OK? visit ruok.org.au/how-to-ask #RUOK #RUOKDay