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With Australian borders now opening, restrictions on University approved travel have eased. Insurance cover for approved travel now applies if you contract COVID-19 prior to, or during, your journey. Here's a summary of what's covered and what's not covered.
The revised Contracts and Agreements Policy sets requirements for the management of University agreements and applies additional procedures to “significant contracts” and those involving foreign parties.
“.au direct” domain name will come into effect on 24 March 2022. The change isn’t automatic, but existing domain name owners will have priority until 20 September 2022 to apply to register a .au direct domain.
The University makes every effort to identify and implement environmentally sustainable practices wherever possible.
Making our campuses safe spaces for everyone in the University community is an ongoing responsibility all of us share.
The University has a lot to offer students including access to the knowledge, skills and experience to build a future career. But great education services are no guarantee of future outcomes.
As we approach the end of the year, it’s time to review matters within your schools, faculties, branches and business units and report any notifiable events or potential claims to the Legal & Risk Branch. If you previously notified an event, and have an update, let us know about that too.
The statutory responsibilities of the State’s key public integrity agencies – the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), the Office for Public Integrity (OPI) and Ombudsman SA – were recently changed by the South Australian Parliament.
Did you know that there are formal requirements for signing deeds? To streamline this process, the University has recently authorised specific officeholders to sign deeds under a Power of Attorney.
In 1948, the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This was the first legal document to articulate fundamental human rights that must be protected.