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The Equality Plan Advancing Equality and Diversity for 2010-2013
 

Summary: The Equality Plan
Advancing Equality and Diversity for 2010-2013
1 Foreword by Professor Don Nutbeam, Vice-Chancellor ........................................................... 2
2 Introduction by Kamaljit Kerridge-Poonia, Diversity Manager................................................. 3
3 Key objectives.............................................................................................................................. 3
4 Equality and Diversity: our definitions ...................................................................................... 4
4.1 Raising the profile of Equality and Diversity ......................................................................... 4
4.1.1 Leadership and change ....................................................................................................... 4
4.1.2 Information and awareness ................................................................................................ 5
5 Consultation on the protected characteristics.......................................................................... 5
5.1 Focus groups ........................................................................................................................... 5
5.2 Race.......................................................................................................................................... 6
5.3 Gender...................................................................................................................................... 7
5.4 Improving female equality in Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics .......... 9
5.4.1 Transgender......................................................................................................................... 9
5.5 Disability ................................................................................................................................ 10
5.6 Sexual orientation ................................................................................................................. 10
5.7 Religion and belief ................................................................................................................ 11
5.8 Age ......................................................................................................................................... 12
6 Mechanisms for implementation ............................................................................................. 13

  

Source: Anderson, Jim - School of Mathematics, University of Southampton

 

Collections: Mathematics