Let’s be clear about EDI webinar series 2022 [UPDATED]


March 17th, 2022

The Leadership and Management Academy are pleased to introduce the “Let’s be clear about EDI” webinar series for 2022. 

The Let’s be clear about EDI campaign was launched in 2020 to support a university-wide conversation on what Equality Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) means and how the university embeds this in everything that we do.

To continue these conversations and to share our experiences and ideas for how EDI relates to our own roles and lives, we are continuing the webinar series into 2022. You can book now through the LMA Hub 

We start this series with a conversation between our staff networks on ‘Being Better Allies’. We also have sessions on inclusive recruitment, inclusive curriculum, inclusive language, being better allies (and managers) to staff experiencing menopause, and on disclosing personal data (and what this has to be with being an ally!).

You will have the chance to hear about lived experiences, share best practice, ask questions and find out where to go for information, resources and guidance to best support your colleagues.

We aim for all topics to be repeated on different days and times, to support inclusion of staff with varying working patterns. 

These events are open to all university staff as a relaxed and informal space to discuss key challenges and opportunities that we face in the context of equality, diversity and inclusion. They run for 50 minutes online and are led by colleagues from around the university along with representatives from our staff networks.   

The webinars that ran in 2021 included topics covering making reasonable adjustments, intersectionality, microaggressions, caring, neurodiversity, the awarding gap, women in research, and BAME health. You can access recordings of these events on the LMA Hub. 

*ALL STAFF WHO REGISTERED BETWEEN TUESDAY 15 MARCH – THURSDAY 17 MARCH ARE ASKED TO PLEASE RE-REGISTER DUE TO A TECHNICAL FAULT. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

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