Our campus offers inclusive facilities for all members of our diverse community.
Gender and gender identity
Our support for gender equality and opportunity for all, including our commitment to Athena Swan and gender variance.
Let's talk about race and racism
We've gathered resources to help understand what it's like to experience racism, how to support those who experience it and what we can do to combat it
Disability Inclusion Framework
The Disability Inclusion Framework outlines our approach to disability equality
Inclusive Teaching and Learning
Our programmes are planned to ensure inclusive learning, teaching and assessment - learn what this means for you.
Resources and information on physical and digital accessibility, including campus facilities.
Information for students
Find out about the support and advice available to students.
Information for staff
Resources for staff and advice about your own welfare.
News and events
Recent news and details of forthcoming events are shown below; you can explore more in our news and events archive. Follow us on Twitter for regular updates.
Celebrating diversity events series
Our Celebrating diversity events aim to raise awareness of and celebrate religious and EDI-related awareness dates throughout the year. To learn about events that are coming up, or to find out how to contribute an event to the series please visit the Equality, diversity and inclusion events page.
Equality and Diversity Office
We provide guidance on, and promote engagement with, equality, diversity and inclusion matters.
Information about our responsibilities under equality law, and data about equality at the University.
In 2018, we invited staff to join us for a photo shoot which would illustrate this web page and display some of the diversity which we are proud of within the University. Everyone who took part approved the photo chosen to be shown at the top of this page. Sadly Ben Clark, who can be seen centre back standing at the window, died in June 2019. In discussion with his colleagues and partner, we decided to continue using his photo in tribute to him. Ben was a graduate of the University who went on to work with us, most recently as part of the XR Stories project.