Learn more about ED&I using the links below (or scroll to see more detail):
- Equality Act.
- Training, Guidance and Resources.
- Data and Reports.
- Respect at Warwick.
- Taskforces and Social Inclusion Committee.
If you'd like to learn more about ED&I and can't find what you need here, contact us and let us know.
An introduction to the main principles of the Equality Act 2010, including the nine protected characteristics and the Public Sector Equality Duty.
Can you name all nine protected characteristics? Find more information about the Equality Act 2010 here.
Training, Guidance and Resources
It is important to refresh your ED&I knowledge and training every few years, as legislation, terminology, and best practice are always updating.
We have a range of online training courses, video clips, and guidance documents, all of which you can access on the Training, Guidance and Resources webpage.
The University is working towards a number of Charter Marks, including Athena SWAN, Disability Standard, Stonewall UK Workplace Equality Index, and Thrive at Work Commitment.
These benchmarking exercises allow the University to measure it’s progress on ED&I and identify areas for improvement. Read more about Charters here.
Data and Reports
Find all the latest copies of our data and reports including the Gender Pay Gap Report and Equality Monitoring Annual Report (providing demographic data on staff and students at Warwick). You can also download an infographic booklet which presents some of the key statistics.
Find all our Data and Reports here.
Respect at Warwick
The University holds an annual Respect Day to share the eight key respect messages.
Do you know all eight messages? Find more information about Respect at Warwick here.
Taskforces and Social Inclusion Committee
The University has a number of key Taskforces working on key ED&I issues. They each report to the Social Inclusion Committee (SIC), which is a governance level committee which reports to the Council and the Senate.
SIC replaced the Equality and Diversity Committee, in order to align work with the University’s Social Inclusion Strategy.
Find more about our Taskforces and SIC here.