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Social Inclusion Group

Social Inclusion Group



Social Inclusion at the University of Warwick is about removing economic, social, and cultural barriers that have prevented people from working, studying, and succeeding.

The Social Inclusion Strategy will help Warwick to re-imagine the original purpose of setting up the University in 1965, to ‘increase access to higher education’.

We launched the University’s Social Inclusion Strategy in August 2019 as a framework to deliver our ambition of a place where everyone has the opportunity to reach their potential and to be recognised as best in class in our approach to equality, diversity, and inclusion, for staff and students by 2030.


See more about social inclusion at Warwick using the links below:

"Inclusion means knowing that we are part of a community where we’re valued for who we are, and we’re supported to do our best. It’s important because having an inclusive culture, and the diversity of thought that brings, is what drives our innovation and creativity." Kulbir Shergill, Director of Social Inclusion

More quotes from senior leaders on inclusion coming soon!


Learn more about Social Inclusion Group members, relevant legislation, and reports on our progress so far.


Find how we identify critical inclusion issues, and work with partners to develop solutions and put them into practice.


Discover more about the diversity of the Warwick community with our dashboards and data reports.