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If you haven’t completed the Race Equality Charter Survey yet, this is your final chance – the survey closes on Friday, 13 May.
The survey should take just 15 minutes to complete and the results will provide vital insights to help the Race Equality Charter Self-Assessment Team plan a range of initiatives to tackle the institutional and cultural barriers causing racial inequalities on campus.
Please note; it is really important that students of all ethnic backgrounds complete the survey, to build an accurate picture of where racial inequalities are occurring in the University.
As a thank you for participating, all students can opt-in to our daily prize giveaway at the end of the survey. Remaining prizes available include:
To enter you will need to provide your student ID number and contact details, however, please be assured that this information will be kept separately from your survey responses. Full terms and conditions for the prize draw are available here.
The survey is just part of the University’s commitment to tackling racial inequalities and making our University a more equal, diverse and inclusive place to be. The University signed up to the principles of Advance HE’s Race Equality Charter last year as part of a wider anti-racism action plan. This provides an important framework for our work to tackle racial inequalities and work is already underway in this area.
The next step is to undertake a significant data analysis to uncover race-specific issues, aims, and priorities, across the whole University. This includes issues ranging from staff profile, progression recruitment and development, the student pipeline and approaches to teaching and learning, all of which is underpinned by our cultures on campus. This survey is a vital part of this work.
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