We have developed two accessibility maps for all disabled visitors, students and staff to use. You will find them attached below.
Accessibility Map - main campus (adobe .pdf, 2,418 kbs)
Accessibility Map - Sports Centre and PAHC building (adobe .pdf, 2,432 kbs)
Our equality and diversity action plan encompasses all of the nine protected characteristics (as defined in the Equality Act 2010):-
The priority equality objectives we have set for the period commencing September 2015 are:-
In addition, we will be continuing to work in a number of further related areas, for instance in regard to:-
If you have any comments on our equality work, please email email@example.com. We are always interested in your thoughts and comments.
Each year in January, we will be publishing a report about equality at the University. The report will show our equality data, both in regard to students and staff and it will summarise the work we have done in the area of equalities over the past year. If you require any further information about the equality work we do or need the report in an alternative format please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make your request.
As well as publishing this report for your information, we will use the detail and analysis of our data and feedback to inform our future equality objectives. It will also be used by us to gauge how our Equality & Diversity Scheme is operating and to check whether our equalities action plan (within the Equality & Diversity Scheme) is still sufficient.
The latest annual report is published here together with previous versions.
Annual Equality Report 2014/2015
Annual Equality Report
2016 (adobe .pdf, 807 kbs)
Annual Equality Report 2014 pdf (adobe .pdf, 912 kbs)
Annual Equalities Report 2013 pdf version (adobe .pdf, 512 kbs)
Annual Equalities Report 2013 word version (word .doc, 1,875 kbs)
Annual Equalities Report 2012 (pdf version) (adobe .pdf, 597 kbs)
Annual Equalities Report 2012 (word version) (word .doc, 2,969 kbs)
During the academic year we will take the opportunity to celebrate some important 'equality' dates in our calendar. This generally includes:-
We aim to continue celebrating dates that are of importance to those within our community. If you have any suggestions for equality dates that you feel the University should mark, or you would like to get involved in those we are already planning we would love to hear from you. In the first instance, please contact Lynda Tout, Inclusion Co-ordinator at email@example.com .