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|University of Melbourne submission to the Productivity Commission's 5-Year Productivity Inquiry|
|University of Melbourne submission to the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into Victorian universities' investment in skills|
|University of Melbourne submission to the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet's Issues Paper on Automated Decision Making and AI Regulation|
|University of Melbourne response to the Higher Education Standards Panel’s Consultation paper on Research translation and the Higher Education Standards Framework|
|University of Melbourne submission to the Department of Education, Skills and Employment on the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Review|
|University of Melbourne Submission to the Victorian Department of Education and Training on the Victorian Government's Clean Economy Workforce Development Strategy|
|Growing Esteem 2015 – 2020|
|University Plan 2011 – 2014|
|Growing Esteem discussion paper 2014|
|Growing Esteem 2010|
|Engagement at Melbourne 2015 – 2020|
|International strategy 2017 – 2020|
|People Strategy 2015 – 2020|
|Reconciliation Action Plan April 2018 – December 2022|
|Reconciliation Action Plan 2015 – 2017|
|Reconciliation Action Plan 2011 – 2013|
|Statement of Commitment|
|An apology to all Indigenous Australians|
|Research at Melbourne: Ensuring excellence and impact to 2025|
|Sustainability Plan 2017-2020|
|Modern Slavery Statement 2020|
|Sustainability Plan 2030|
|Modern Slavery Statement 2021|
|2021 Consultancy Disclosure|
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