Social Inclusion is about removing economic, social and cultural barriers that have prevented people from working, studying and succeeding at Warwick. Progress is reported to the Social Inclusion Committee.
These reports summarise Warwick's performance in relation to a number of key social inclusion metrics at different level's of the organisational structure from the University as a whole down to individual departments.
Warwick is one of the world's leading universities for research and teaching, and diversity of thought is critical to our innovation and creativity.
Diversity brings us innovations and creativity but it is only through inclusive cultures that it is truly able to thrive. Inclusion is affected by many factors from behaviours to the design of buildings.
Warwick wants to be recognised regionally, nationally and internationally as a place that is leading on learning, developing and achieving inclusion.