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The University has a strong and long-standing commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and to promoting a positive culture which celebrates difference, challenges prejudice and ensures fairness.

Our Commitment

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Our staff and students are our greatest assets and all members of the University community should expect to be able to excel, and to be respected and valued for their unique perspectives and contributions. 

Integrity, collegiality and inclusivity are central to the University’s values. In accordance with these values the University is committed to providing an environment in which all members of the University community treat each other with dignity and respect, and where bullying, harassment and discrimination are known to be unacceptable. 

Our Dignity and Respect Policy

The Dignity and Respect Policy sets out the expectations placed on all members of the University.

A network of Dignity and Respect Advisors is available for both staff and students to talk to – for information, advice, or support (if, for example, you are being harassed or bullied, or are experiencing any other unacceptable behaviour).

If you would like to speak to a Dignity and Respect Advisor contact