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Past Events

Read more about some of our biggest past events using the links below. You can also see more past events here.

 

Stonewall 50

June 2019

28 June 2019 was the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. We marked the date by holding a range of events to celebrate the past, present, and future of LGBTUA+ communities - starting on International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia (17 May) and ending on 28 June (the date the Stonewall riots took place in 1969).

Find out more about Stonewall 50.

 

National Day for Staff Networks

The National Day for Staff Networks is aimed at encouraging staff networks to pull together as a community and celebrate collaboratively not as separate groups.

 

Wellbeing Week

The Wellbeing Week was held to promote the support which is available and communicate key messages on wellbeing, including healthy lifestyles, physical health and activity, mental health, and financial wellbeing.

  • Wellbeing Week 2019 - the whole week was underpinned by a theme of Dignity and Respect and the impact this can have on our wellbeing. A specific day focusing on Dignity and Respect was held on Tuesday 5 February.

 

More Past Events

Read more about past events using the links below (or scroll to see more detail):

 

Craft, Chat & Chill

The ED&I team would like to bring together members of our Staff Networks, and anyone interested in finding out more about the Networks, to craft, chat, and chill!

Find out more about Craft, Chat & Chill.

 

International Women's Day: Danielle Oreoluwa Jinadu

Friday 6 March 2020, 12 - 2pm, at OC1.06, Oculus

Danielle Oreoluwa Jinadu is currently a Law Finalist at The University of Warwick and a full time disability advocate. Despite her frequent hospitalisations since the age of 5 and the ongoing disruptions to her education , Danielle has not allowed her illness, Sickle Cell Anemia, to silence her. Instead she has utilised her voice as an agent for change in the Sickle Cell community.

Find out more about International Women's Day: Danielle Oreoluwa Jinadu.

 

Jessica Lynn's Trans Journey

13 November 2019

Jessica’s presentation covers her transition and assorted issues both legal and ethical involving gender identity, as seen through her perspective as an intersectional advocate. Jessica’s style is an extremely open one, and she leaves no topic off-limits. Pivoting conversations on her audience’s questions and curiosities is the key to her Q&A series.

Find out more about Jessica Lynn's Trans Journey.

 

Gender(s) at Work: Glassed and Gendered

April 2019

Warwick will host Kate Carruthers Thomas to present the findings from contemporary UK research on gendered experiences of work and careers in higher education involving female, male, and gender non-binary staff in academic and professional services roles across the organisation. The presentation will draw on the narratives and ‘organisational maps’ of participants in the Gender(s) at Work project and is suitable for academic and professional audiences.

Read more about the Gender(s) at Work: Glassed and Gendered event here.

 

Growing up LGBTUA+ Through the Decades: LGBTUA+ History Month Networking Lunch

February 2019

The 'Growing up LGBTUA+ Through the Decades' lunch was a chance to network with colleagues and engage in discussions about how experiences of growing up LGBTUA+ have changed over time.

Read more about the Growing up LGBTUA+ Through the Decades: LGBTUA+ History Month Networking Lunch here.

 

Supporting Working Carers to Thrive Workshop

February 2019

The workshop will be provided by a local business based in Kenilworth: CM Talent "the return to work experts"

Read more about the Supporting Working Carers to Thrive Workshop here.

 

Disability Drop In and Feedback

December 2018

The Disability Steering Group would like to engage with staff who experience disabilities and those who support colleagues with disabilities to determine their thoughts on how the University can support them in their employment.

Read more about the Disability Drop In and Feedback event here.

 

Professor Gus John: What Should Black History Month Mean Today?

October 2018

Last year was the 30th anniversary of Black History Month in the UK, and we’re now in a time of, on the one hand, growing movements on decolonising curricula, mobilising the global African diaspora, and reparatory justice, and on the other hand, the resurgence of fascism in Europe. This talk will explore this subject and the implications for the Higher Education sector and Black History Month more broadly.

Read more about the Professor Gus John: What Should Black History Month Mean Today? event here.

 

Bi Visibility Networking Lunch

September 2018

This event is for all students and members of staff who identify as bi, as well as supporters who have an interest in the issues surrounding bisexuality in the workplace.

Read more about the Bi Visibility Networking Lunch here.

 

Disability and Carers' Awareness Event

June 2018

A number of organisations came to Warwick to host stalls, provide information, and engage in conversation, to increase knowledge of the issues around disability and caring and raise awareness of what support and services exist.

Read more about the Disability and Carers' Awareness Event here.

 

Showcasing Diversity at Warwick

June 2017

This was an opportunity to take time out to learn more about Warwick’s diverse community, consider different perspectives, and the part we can each play in creating a truly inclusive and respectful environment.

Read more about the Showcasing Diversity at Warwick event here.

 

Demystifying the Academic Promotions Process

March 2017

Are you interested in applying for promotion but unsure where to begin? Are you supporting or mentoring a colleague who wishes to apply for promotion? Would you like to find out more about the promotion process at Warwick?
The Provost will be hosting a briefing session on Academic promotions at Warwick.

Read more about the Demystifying the Academic Promotions Process event here.

 

Respect Day

November 2016

The University held a Respect Day in 2016 to share the eight key respect messages and encourage people to think about the part they play in creating the community we want to work and study in.

Read more about the Respect Day 2016 event here.