Cultural Advice

Aboriginal Peoples are advised the Library Collection contains images, voices and names of deceased people in physical and online resources.

The Library recognises the significance of the traditional cultural knowledges contained within its Collection. The Library acknowledge some materials contain language that may not reflect current attitudes, was published without consent or recognition, or, is offensive. These materials reflect the views of the authors and/or the period in which they were produced and do not represent the views of the Library.

R U OK? Day - Thursday 14 Sept 2023

R U OK? Day is the national day of action to remind Australians that every day is the day to ask, ‘are you OK?’ and start a meaningful conversation whenever they spot signs someone they care about might be struggling with life.

Activities will be held throughout the week at UniSA Campuses. No registration is required, just show up with an open mind and ready to start a conversation. Dates and times can be found here.

For further help reaching out to someone to ask R U OK? see:

To join the conversation see the:

If you need professional support, or you are a family member or friend of someone that needs support, please contact your doctor, local health centre or one of the services listed here.

UniSA support and services can be found here: