Equality & Diversity
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Accessible Information Policy »26 June 2002
Policy on the production of publications in formats accessible to disabled people. Approved by the Equal Opportunities Committee 2002.
Age Equality Statement »04 October 2010
This statement sets out the College's commitment to age equality and outlines the steps that the College has taken to ensure that its staff and students are treated equally regardless of age. Approved by Principal's Central Team, October 2010. (Updated October 2011)
College policy and procedures on the conduct of events, meetings and other activities by students and staff, approved by Principal's Central Team on 1 June 2009. Supported by the statement Maintaining Good Relations in the College Community.
Disability Equality Scheme and Action Plan 2009 »13 October 2010
The College's second Disability Equality Scheme (DES) and associated Action Plan, represents changes since the first DES, changes to the College estate and approach, and input from disabled users of the College and premises, including the NUS Disability Awareness Campaign. Approved by Principal's Central Team, October 2010.
Equalities Impact Assessment (EIA) Guidance »13 December 2005
Approved by the Equal Opportunities Committee November 2005. The Guidance details how impact assessment should be conducted and includes a flowchart, initial EIA screening proforma and full EIA template.
Equality Act Annual Report - 2012 »31 January 2012
The College's 2012 annual report on compliance with the general equality duty on public authorities under the Equality Act 2010, published in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties) Regulations 2011.
Equality and Diversity Statement »04 October 2010
This overarching statement (replacing the former Equal Opportunities Statement) outlines the College's commitment to equality and diversity in all its activities and areas of work. Approved by Principal's Central Team, October 2010; updated version approved by Head of Administration and College Secretary, 16 February 2012.
Equality Objectives & Action Plan 2012-2016 »05 April 2012
The College's objectives and associated actions for the period 2012-2016 for complying with the public sector equality duty under the Equality Act 2010, published in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties) Regulations 2011.
Estates Access Policy »01 November 2006
Approved by Estates Management Committee 1 November 2006. The policy defines the roles and responsibilities of the Estates Department in relation to the College's duty to provide access and facilities for staff, students and visitors with disabilities.
Fair Admissions Strategy 2006-2010 »10 May 2006
Approved by the Academic Board in May 2006. The strategy covers admission to all award bearing programmes in the College.
Full EIA Template Form »13 December 2005
Appendix 3 of the Equalities Impact Assessment Guidance. Template for gathering data on policies, procedures and practices as part of carrying out equalities impact assessments.
Gender Equality Scheme and Action Plan »03 July 2007
Approved by the Council July 2007, the scheme sets out how the College intends to meet its general and specific duties under the gender equality legislation and its gender equality objectives.
College guidance to help students understand what discrimination, bullying and harassment is, what support is available at the College, and which College procedures and regulations deal with helping to ensure that students are not unfairly treated or victimised, either by another student, a member of staff or a College visitor.
Initial EIA Screening Form »13 December 2005
Appendix 2 of the Equalities Impact Assessment Guidance. Form to be completed for College policies to assess whether a policy requires a full equalities impact assessment.
Interim Gender Equality Scheme 2010-2012 »14 March 2011
The Interim Gender Equality Scheme 2010-2012 sets out to promote diversity and equality of opportunity with regard to gender; support the College's commitment to targeting gender discrimination and to identify and remove any barriers to progress. The scheme succeeds the College's Gender Equality Scheme 2008 which was drafted in accordance with the Equality Act 2006. Approved by Principal's Central Team, 14 March 2011
Statement of the College's commitment to freedom of enquiry, speech, thought, conscience and religion, freedom of expression, and freedom of assembly, and how that will be implemented to reflect legal requirements and the balance between the rights and interests of different sections of the community. Supports the College Policy and Procedures in Respect of Permissible Activities.