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Equality & Diversity

 

Diversity Networks

These pages outline the work of the University of Cambridge in progressing equality through its staff and student networks. They provide information on the networks, their work and getting involved.

The University's diversity plays a key role in sustaining its academic excellence.

The Networks are supported by the University's Equality Champions.

The Equality Champions also have the following areas of specific responsibility:

Disability & Wellbeing and LGBT+

  • Dr Nick Bampos, Disability Equality

Gender Equality

  • Professor Val Gibson, STEMM (Science, Technology, Mathmatics and Medicine)
  • Professor Sarah Colvin, A&H (Arts, Humanities and Social Science)

Race & Inclusion Champions

  • Dr Kamal Munir
  • Dr Monica Morno Figueroa

 

The Diversity Networks for staff currently include:

                

 

Who can join a Diversity Network?

Diversity Networks are open to individuals who work for the University, a College or an associated institution and are members of one of the above protected groups.

Other Diversity Networks include:

 

What do Diversity Networks do?

Diversity Networks help the University to progress equality by:

  • Providing a regular forum for discussing diversity issues at work or study.
  • Providing networking opportunities.
  • Raising issues in a safe environment.
  • Contributing to policy development and implementation.
  • Organising social events.
  • Arranging events to raise awareness and celebrate diversity.
  • Contributing to staff development activities.