Reduced inequalities

The university's AccessAble app is a revolutionary tool that will ensure our students, staff and visitors find and access the facilities they need for their work, study and enjoyment of our campuses. We aim to embed LGBTQIA+ inclusion at the university and are proud to be a Stonewall Diversity Champion.  Our research is helping reduce inequality in the UK and around the world, by giving the marginalised a voice, protecting rights and promoting fairness. 



75th anniversary

Eye as Witness exhibition marked 75th anniversary of the liberation of camps such as Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen


£200,000 invested in AccessAble app to ensure everyone can access the university facilities they need for work and study 

2nd year

For 2nd year running, Professor Meryem Duygun in Innovate Finance FinTech Powerlist for helping to build a more diverse and inclusive culture in the industry




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Lifting the veil on forced marriage

Our research uncovered and documented the issue of forced marriage among those with a learning disability, directly informing government statutory guidelines that are used every day by social workers and care professionals.

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Learning and students

The clock tower of the Trent Building pictured next to an LGBTQIA+ flag with text reading coming out
Celebrating our LGBTQIA+ community

We told ‘coming out’ stories at the University of Nottingham, with a series of videos giving students and staff the opportunity to share their experiences and celebrate our LGBTQIA+ community.

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Engagement and impact

Attendees at the launch of the FinTech research hub
Fairer access to financial services

The FinTech research hub works with business, policymakers and the third sector to make the financial services industry more inclusive, by harnessing financial technologies to ensure all consumers are treated fairly.

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Policy and operations

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Disability support services

Our commitment to supporting disabled students includes a guaranteed accessible room in university accommodation for the duration of their studies, monitoring and improving access to buildings and teaching provision, with dedicated teams offering support and advice.

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