Individuality Speaker Series
About the speaker series
The ‘Individuality Speaker Series’ brings high profile champions of equality, diversity and inclusivity to our campuses to share their experiences with students, staff and the community. This is an action from the Provost Commission which is taking steps to ensure that we are an open, diverse and safe community for all.
The University of Exeter believes that there is a need for a cultural shift at Exeter and through this speaker series we want to share global best practice but also to challenge the day-to-day conscious or unconscious bias we may exhibit as members of this community.
Speakers will be chosen for the series based on the diversity of their experiences across various protected characteristics and their track-record for championing equality, diversity and inclusion, some especially within the South West but also, across the globe. Events will take place on both Streatham and Penryn campuses. You can nominate a speaker for the series using the web form below.
- Tawara Goode, Director of the Center for Cultural Competence at Georgetown University launched the series on 29 November 2018.
- Zrinka Bralo, CEO of Migrants Organise on 21 March 2019.