Consultation with staff and students is an important part of the Equality Analysis process

Equality Analysis Consultations

A key aspect of the Equality Analysis (EA) process is consultation with staff and students. To effectively meet the needs of the diverse groups of people at the University it is important that we liaise with staff and students from different backgrounds who have experience of what the issues may be for people who identify with the protected characteristics*.

We ensure that we have catpured feedback from all students and staff, especially those that have personal experience of equality issues. This feedback is used to guide and appraise policy formation within the University. By drawing on the experiences of consultation respondents, we are able to address areas of perceived discrimination or bias.

Please see all live and past consultations below. To view the Policies and EA documents, please click on the links as listed within the respective consultation. To respond, click on respond now. (opens new window)  

Live Consultations:

  1. Mandatory Training Policy and Equality AnalysisRespond Now
  2. REF 2021 Equality Analysis - Consultation to be launched shortly 

 

Past consultations: 

To view past equaliy analyses on various policies, click here

If you have any queries about the Equality Analysis process or about providing feedback on equality issues related to University policies please contact the Equality & Diversity Team.

* Protected characteristics as identified by the Equality Act 2010 are age, disability, gender assignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation.