This page provides information on polices and practices relevant to Equality and Diversity and useful links to resources.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Building an inclusive environment while providing advice, support and guidance on equality and diversity-related issues.
Find out how you can contribute to the #NeverOK campaign's aim of creating a University community free from harassment.
The Athena SWAN agenda demonstrates that we are implementing plans to work towards the advancement and promotion of the careers of women and men in STEMM.
Report your experiences of harassment, assault or misconduct.
There are nine protected characteristics identified in the Equality Act 2010.
Online training package launched to enhance and promote excellence and diversity.
The #NeverOK project offers a number of training courses which aim to prevent sexual harassment on or off campus.
Register for masterclasses to find out how to address concerns over workplace behaviour, deal with difference and create an inclusive environment.
Get involved in the work carried out by the University's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Team to support creating an inclusive environment.
How the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion team build a more inclusive environment, strengthening the University’s leadership, collaborations and performance.
This document details the Policy and Procedure for dealing with Dignity & Respect Complaints.
Focuses on aspects of our equality and diversity agenda. We have a Disabled Staff Support Group (DSSG) and a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Group (LGBT)
Login to ESS to securely view and update your own information.
The team provides advice and good practice to the University, monitors compliance with the Equality Act, supports participation in Athena SWAN and holds events.
The Equality and Diversity committee is responsible to Council and Senate for the promotion of equality of opportunity across the university.
The Equality and Diversity Network has a broad and representative membership and provides a forum for consultation on equality and diversity issues.
The Chaplaincy is a place and a team for students and staff of all faiths or no faith. Feel free to drop in any time for counsel, advice or a listening ear.
We organise outreach events and collaborate with schools, colleges and others to help students from all backgrounds learn more about their options.
Our students' union, the SU, offers support and guidance for all students.