The following websites look at how equality and diversity are being addressed in Higher Education:
Students from the conducted research (with the help of staff members Dr. Suhraiya Jivraj, Sheree Palmer and Dave Thomas) through engagement with students from various schools around the university to draft this manifesto.
Helping you include authors from under-represented groups in your teaching. Primarily philosophy based but also taking in science, logic, mathematics and other academic areas.
The Higher Education Academy’s Embedding Equality and Diversity in the Curriculum (EEDC) discipline-specific practitioner guides aim to support academics in creating learning and teaching experiences and environments that enable all students to reach their potential, to feel included in their learning journeys and to become diversity competent.
The Government Equalities Office leads work on policy relating to women, sexual orientation and transgender equality.
Open University report on exploring new forms of teaching, learning and assessment, to guide educators and policy makers.
"I’m an academic of colour at one of the country’s elite universities. My large department has never hired a black academic to a permanent position, and academic staffing remains overwhelmingly white. Yet when I point to the absence of diversity in my department, I am often reassured – without concrete evidence – that we are making “good progress.” Guardian Article 29/03/2019
The Office for Students (OfS) is the independent regulator of higher education in England.
A resource from the American Council on Education (ACE)
A collection of essays from leading anti-racism voices in HE published by Higher Education Policy Institute.
Video from UCL students that looks at the issues surrounding decolonising the curriculum and BME attainment in higher education.