Equality and Diversity
A message from the Vice-Chancellor
I am pleased to welcome you to the Equality and Diversity webpages for the University of Warwick. The University is proud of its diverse community of staff, students and visitors, and is committed to maintaining its excellent record in teaching and research by ensuring there is equality of opportunity for all, fostered in an environment of mutual respect and dignity.
The promotion of equal opportunities concerns all of us. Please take time to read these pages and think how we, as individuals and as a community, can ensure that the University of Warwick continues to be a safe, welcoming and productive environment.
- Vice-Chancellor, Professor Nigel Thrift, BA Wales, MA Oxf, PhD DSc Brist, FBA
Sex (Gender Equality)
Religion or Belief
Marriage and Civil Partnership
Maternity, Paternity and Adoption
Warwick LGBT Staff Network
invites you to attend an event on
Wednesday 29th April, 5-7pm, S021 (social Sciences)
LGBT Identity: Past, Present and Future
For further information and to register please visit the LGBT Network page.
New drop in sessions from 28th April
Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT)
Support for staff and students experiencing common mental health difficulties such as stress, anxiety and depression.
For further details please follow this link.
Staff Disability, Health and Wellbeing Network
Would you like to join the new Staff Disability, Health and Wellbeing network, further details can be found here
It has been announced today (Thursday 25 September 2014) that the Computer Science Department has been awarded an Athena Bronze award. This award completes a full complement of Warwick's STEMM departments having achieved an Athena award.
Warwick Business School 2014 GEM submission form
In the first scheme of its kind the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU) has awarded Warwick Business School a bronze for its progress in gender equality.
Based on the principles of the ECU’s highly successful Athena SWAN Charter for women in science, the gender equality charter mark aims to address chronic gender imbalance and underrepresentation in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
Bronze level is the first step in the process, showing a strong commitment to specific actions and building a culture that will improve the representation, progression and success of both staff and students.
For more information on applying for this award please contact Sandra Beaufoy s dot beaufoy at warwick dot ac dot uk or Claire Algar C dot Algar at warwick dot ac dot uk
Contribution to child-care costs associated with conference attendance
Small Awards (of up to £100) are available to academic staff and staff in appropriate support or administrative posts to help support the extra child-care costs associated with attendance at conferences. This fund has been established in recognition that conference attendance is important both for individuals and for the wider Warwick community, yet it invariably involves an extra burden of child-care for those with young children.