The University of Cape Town says it has made provision for current and prospective…

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The University of Cape Town says it has made provision for current and prospective students to choose their own honorific titles on its academic systems. The move is aimed at broadening inclusivity through gender neutral titles. In a statement, Vice-Chancellor Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng says UCT recognises its role in building a culture of inclusion and acceptance. She says the institution recently adopted the so-called Inclusivity Policy for Sexual Orientation. The policy sets out guidelines to inform and educate UCT staff and students about making appropriate choices on the use terminology in teaching practice, communication, health care and administrative services. Phakeng says UCT is committed to promoting diversity, regardless of an individual’s self-identified sexual orientation.

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