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Race Equality Initiatives

Race Equality Taskforce

The RET consults and works with all business areas across the institution with the aim to address issues around racial inequality. You can contact Chairs on

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Black History Month

To promote and celebrate Black history, we've created a list of blogs, books, quotes, podcasts, and videos that we hope will get you thinking, help you learn more, and start conversations.

Anti-Racism Resources

This page is designed to provide a starting point for members of the Warwick community who want to begin to explore and learn more about racism and think about what they can personally do to address it.

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WIHEA - Anti-Racist Pedagogy and Process in HE Learning Circle

The aim of this learning circle is to inform institutional deliberations on issues of BAME student experience and attainment, as it relates to teaching and learning, and the creation of inclusive classrooms through the engagement and practice of anti-racism.

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INspire Talent Programme. Be inspired and inspire others. A programme beyond leadership development.

Social Inclusion - INspire Talent Programme

To support diversity to thrive at senior levels this pilot programme has been launched which goes beyond leadership programmes. It is a personal development experience to facilitate future senior leaders to build personal and professional skills while navigating the challenges faced by people in minority groups to leader and inspire a diverse and inclusive Warwick community.

Example of subtle racism in the workplace might include BAME people being ignored, overly criticised or having assumptions made about their abilities

Social Inclusion - Pearn Kandola Racism at Work Webinars

In June and July 2020, business-psychology consultancy Pearn Kandola provided a range of webinars on tackling racism at work. You can catch up on all of the sessions on the Social Inclusion webpages.

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