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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Networks and societies

Staff and post graduate research students have come together to form networks and societies to represent, support and engage members who share a similar background, characteristic or common cause. The networks are autonomous, with their own terms of reference and work with the University to shape and deliver organisational strategy and policy to improve staff experiences.

Outlines of people with different disabilities

Disability staff network

For disabled staff and postgraduate research students, to promote an environment where people with disabilities are supported, valued and enabled to fulfil their potential.

Progress pride flag

Pulse LGBT+ staff network

Working in partnership with the University to create a safe, inclusive and diverse working environment that encourages respect and equality for all, regardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity.

People of different ethnicities

Black, Asian and minority ethnic staff network

Raising awareness of and promoting race equality and cultural diversity at the University. All Black, Asian and minority ethnic staff staff and postgraduate research students are welcome.

We have over 200 different student societies, supported by our students' union SUSU. The societies are one way for students with shared interest or shared identities can come together. There are several societies dedicated to promoting rights and inclusion for different groups, as well as several societies that celebrate and bring together students from particular countries, cultures and religions.

Find societies on the SUSU website.

Did you know?

Many student societies also welcome staff as affiliate members.

Last update: 26 February 2021 [AM]

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