Promoting inclusion, equality and diversity in the curriculum
Project to explore how institutional action can assist in promoting inclusion, equality and diversity in the curriculum.
The Senate Learning and Teaching Committee (LTC) has established a task group to explore how institutional action can assist in promoteing inclusion, equality and diversity in the curriculum.
These pages provide further information on the project; how staff and students can contribute to it; the task group and its membership; case studies; and related projects and activities.
Videos setting out the rationale for the project
Vice-Principal Professor Jane Norman and Diva Mukherji, Vice President Education, have produced short videos explaining why this project is important to them. In order to view these videos, please accept the privacy statements below.
The task group held its first meetings in July and September 2018. It aims to meet twice more during Semester 1 of 2018-19, and to submit a final report to LTC by January 2019
Consultation and Engagement Activities
The group will consult staff and students during Semester 1 of 2018-19. Further information on this will follow.
The group has developed a set of draft Principles to guide the University's work in this area. The views of staff and students on these will be sought.
Case Studies and Publications
The group will identify positive case studies in the University. Further information on this will follow.