National Inclusion Week: 27 September to 3 October 2021

News | Posted on Monday 20 September 2021

National Inclusion Week is designed to celebrate everyday inclusion.

Every year National Inclusion Week has a theme and in 2021 it is all about unity. The week represents an opportunity for all individuals to connect with someone else, or another organisation, to help foster inclusive practice and to celebrate everyday inclusion in all its forms.


Moving on up? Higher education and student parents

Speaker: Miranda Armstrong

Wednesday 29 September 2021, 4.30pm. Online event

This talk shines a light on the complex experiences of student parents, a less-visible part of university populations. As part of National Inclusion Week, the life-changing journeys of student mothers are focused on in this talk, including that of the speaker, a single mother and student who gained a new career as an academic. The talk highlights the various positive impacts of this under-recognised phenomenon, while problematising the obstacles that threaten it.

Find out more and book your ticket.

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Sources of information

National Inclusion Week - inclusive employers

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion web pages

Lets talk about race and racism

Student Support and Advice