Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Blog

 

Updates and opinions from the university's Pro Vice-Chancellor for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and People, Professor Katherine Linehan

Mental health: Time to start a conversation?

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As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, Professor of Stem Biology and Director of the UoN Biodiscovery Institute Chris Denning shares a guest blog about his mental health journey.
Release Date
09 May 2022

In memorial, Dr Amal Treacher Kabesh: May, 1954 – January, 2022

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A short memorial piece for Dr Amal Treacher Kabesh, who sadly passed away in Cairo on 10 January.
Release Date
24 January 2022

UK Disability History Month 2021

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A guest blog by Professor Robert Mokaya, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Global Engagement discussing National Disability History month and International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Release Date
17 November 2021

Reflecting on my time as PVC for EDI

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In her final blog as PVC for EDI and People, Professor Sarah Sharples reflects on her achievements while in post and talks about the recent success of the Sphere conference.
Release Date
30 June 2021

Race Equality Charter success! The real journey starts here…

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An update co-written by Professor Sarah Sharples and Stacy Johnson about the university's success in achieving the Bronze award for the Advance HE recognition of the Race Equality Charter.
Release Date
14 June 2021

The Sphere conference 2021

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This guest blog was written by Professor Raheela Khan and Associate Professor Amal Treacher Kabesh - Chairs of our Sphere Programme Board - to discuss the university's upcoming Sphere Conference.
Release Date
09 June 2021

Athena Swan and EDI survey

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Release Date
10 May 2021
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Professor Katherine Linehan

"My ambition is to create a diverse and inclusive staff and student community where everyone is given equal opportunity to thrive and showcase their talents. To embrace and celebrate difference will help us foster an environment in which people feel comfortable and valued, bringing their authentic self to the university to work or to study"

 

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