Banji Adewumi, Director of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, through her poem The Will Wanes While Waiting, reflects on the significance of Black History Month.
As we approach International Women’s Day Rachel and Adèle share our position in relation to gender equity.
Following a discussion at SLT where we talked at length about how we can deal with racial inequality and racism I wanted to share with you my reflections on what I recognise is my privileged life.
July marks the start of the 12-month countdown to our next Race Equality Charter submission as we stand firm in our commitment to progressing race equality and equity for all.
Global events have disproportionately impacted young people from widening participation backgrounds. But in the midst of all these challenges, our widening participation work has not only provided continued support, it’s also developed new and creative approaches that will take us into the future.
There is no doubt that we have all had to adapt to new ways of working, studying and living. However, what is also becoming clear is that for some people the associated health risks and negative impact of this pandemic have been greater and could potentially last much longer.