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

There is much to celebrate in our progress on social inclusion and widening participation. But we need to do much more. We want to create a community for staff and students where differences of culture and identity are celebrated, where differences of opinion are welcomed and respected, and where prejudice and socially unacceptable behaviours of any kind are never tolerated.

You can find more information about the vision for social inclusion at Warwick below:

Strategy and KPIs

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 at Warwick. You can read the strategy and our key performance indciator targers in full on this page.

Our people

A range of experts and dedicated colleagues and students across the University support our commitment to improving inclusion. This page includes information about the Social Inclusion Group, Social Inclusion Committee, and our Taskforces.

Equality Act

The Equality Act became law in 2010, bringing over 116 separate pieces of legislation into a single framework for tackling discrimination. This page outlines three key elements of the Act - protected characteristics, prohibited conduct, and the Public Sector Equality Duty.