University of New South Wales

Since 1949, the University of New South Wales Sydney (UNSW Sydney) has maintained their commitment to embrace diversity and transform lives in Australia and around the world.

Renowned for their excellence in research, unwavering integrity and dedication to innovation and impact, UNSW Sydney remains one of Australia’s leading research and teaching institutions, and holds a place among the top 50 universities worldwide.

UNSW Sydney is also a founding member of the prestigious Group of Eight - a coalition of Australia's leading research-intensive universities - and the prestigious international network, Universitas 21 .

Centre for Social Impact UNSW

The Centre for Social Impact UNSW (CSI UNSW) was established in 2008 and forms part of the highly respected CSI national network .

Facilitated by global thought leaders, CSI UNSW provides research, undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education courses with a focus on understanding, measuring and catalysing positive social change.

Meet our students

Luke Robinson is fascinated by organisations that are both community and commercially focused - a reflection that goes back to his childhood love of pharmacies.

Meet the team

The CSI UNSW team comprises educators, researchers, operations and communications specialists.

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Collaborate with us to uncover insights and recommendations and create positive social change in your space.

From Colour Blind to Race Conscious

Addressing the issue and gaps of cultural diversity in the Australian philanthropic sector needs to be inclusive, non-tokenistic and created in genuine collaboration with culturally diverse leaders and communities.

The Macquarie Group Foundation, Perpetual and Philanthropy Australia are partnering with the Jumbunna Institute and Centre for Social Impact UNSW, to explore how cultural diversity is reflected on philanthropic boards and to also understand how beneficiaries are being supported or left behind in funding decisions.

Visit the project website

From Colour Blind to Race Conscious: Cultural Diversity in Australian Philanthropy