Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
The School of Divinity's EDI policies, initiatives, and relevant information.
All members of the School of Divinity are expected to treat each other with respect, regardless of ethnicity, disability, gender (including transgender), age, sexual orientation, or beliefs (including lack of religion or beliefs).
Everyone associated with the School of Divinity must be familiar with and abide by the following policies to ensure a safe and welcoming environment:
- Dignity and Respect Policy [PDF]
- Code of Student Conduct
- Policy on Disclosure of Intimate Relationships
Dignity and Respect for all
The School supports and promotes all the University's Equality and Diversity initiatives:
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Director
The School's Equiality, Diversity and Inclusion Director (currently on research leave until June 30th 2023) is:
The Interim Director until July 1st 2023:
Athena SWAN Silver Award
The School of Divinity achieved an Athena SWAN Silver Award in 2018 for its commitment to gender equality, following a Bronze (GEM) Award in 2014.
Our Equality and Diversity (E&D) Committee is composed of staff and student representatives who meet three times per year. The Committee oversees the implementation of the University’s Dignity and Respect Policy and other relevant initiatives, and supports and promotes a range of E&D campaigns within the School. Their annual reports are posted at the bottom of this page.
Further sources of advice and support
- Staff Pride Network
- Disability and Learning Support Service
- The Advice Place
- EUSA Liberation Officers