January 22nd, 2021
In recent years, universities and research centres around the country have seen a huge increase in work towards equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI).
With initiatives like Athena Swan and the Race Equality Charter now widely established, and conversations around transforming institutional culture commonplace, more and more people are engaging in EDI work.
There’s a lot of good practice out there already and EDI practitioners have much to learn from each other, both in terms of evidence of inequalities in university settings and the initiatives that have been developed to tackle them. But, whilst this information is typically available, it’s also disparate and hard to find.
That’s why we’ve developed the EDI Resource Bank: a new, open-access database which brings together materials to support EDI work in a range of HE settings.
Read more in our guest EDI blog by Lucy Jones, Associate Professor in Sociolinguistics and Faculty Director of EDI (Arts).
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