At the University of Nottingham we are committed to providing a truly international education, inspiring our students, producing world-leading research and benefiting the communities around our campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia. Our purpose is to improve life for individuals and societies worldwide. By bold innovation and excellence in all that we do, we make both knowledge and discoveries matter.
Creating an environment for our staff which is not only free from discrimination, but celebrates and values diversity both reflects and is fundamental to achieving our goals. I am committed to ensuring that each person, regardless of heritage or personal circumstances will have the opportunity to give of their best and be appropriately recognised, rewarded and developed for their contribution.
This section outlines our commitment to Equality and Diversity. Details on the Equal Opportunity policies can be found here.
The University expects all of its staff and students to follow the ethical behaviours set out in the Nolan Principles. Those are: selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openess, honesty and leadership. These principles underlie the Univeristy's Ethical Framework and are incoporated into this policy.
This section provides information on the Equality Act 2010 and includes a briefing for Line Managers.
This section outlines our Conference and Training Care Fund, including guidelines and authorisation.
This section provides details and definitions of the nine protected characteristics together with further links to support within the University.
We have a number of Equality and Diversity Staff Networks open to all staff. See this section for more details.
This section contains the staff Annual Diversity Report.
We have set up Workspace as a forum to consult and engage with staff on Equality and Diversity policies.