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How can I learn more about the diverse communities across King’s?
Where can I turn to for support if I come across something that makes me feel uncomfortable?
Watch the short video to find out more and and click on the tabs below to access resources and support available at King's.
Guidance and resources for those who have experienced or witnessed bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct or hate crime as well as how to report incidents and where you can find support.
Training courses for staff to advance their understanding of diversity and inclusion, including practical advice on inclusive working and unconscious bias.
Platform devoted to diversifying university curricula through crowdsourcing material from students that go beyond the current canon. Co-created by King's PhD student Rianna Walcott.
Article by Professor 'Funmi Olonisakin (Vice President & Vice Principal International) on racism, justice and equality and positionality within universities.
Overview of the ways cultural competence is embedded within medical education at King's and specific resources for those in the medical profession.
Blogs from the Equality, Diversity & Inclusion team at King's.
Group of 100 students, reflective of the King’s community, who co-create student experience projects and initiatives.
Initiative to connect students and faciliate meaningful conversations that go beyond the surface level.
Staff disability inclusion network at King’s that hosts events and offers support, advice and guidance.
Network for scholars and students whose research and teaching examines gender relations. They host and promote seminar series, events and reading groups that provide space for discussion about gender at King's.
Guide to LGBTQ+ identities and terms.
Guidance and support for trans and non-binary members of the King's community as well as advice and guidance for staff in supporting these individuals.
Podcast series exploring topics in LGBTQ+ culture such as pinkwashing, allyship and racism.
Podcast series hosted by Julia Gillard in conversation with prominent female leaders from a range of different fields and backgrounds, including Reni Eddo-Lodge on intersectional feminism.
Interdisciplinary and interdepartmental group of researchers, activists and students interested in gender and sexuality, and queer theory within and beyond academia. They host a programme of events and activities.
Network for LGBTQIA+ staff and allies at King's that promotes and advocates for an inclusive and empowering environment.
King's gender equality network for staff that aims to address and challenge issues of gender inequality at King’s, provides a platform for staff to share their experiences and informs policy and strategy.
Developed by the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience to support discussions of issues around race, ethnicity and culture.
Curated list of resources, blogs, podcasts, films, articles and books to further understanding of how to be actively anti-racist.
Hub of resources and support for staff and students on the Black Lives Matter movement, racism and experiences of Black communities.
Network for staff and postgraduate students to promote and advance race equality at King's, creating space to identify and address cultural and diversity issues.
Guidance on preventing and tackling Anti-Chinese and Anti-East Asian racism.
Collection of essays exploring the gendered impact of COVID-19 from Global Institute for Women’s Leadership's researchers, leading academics and campaigners.
Podcasts and essays on the COVID-19 global health crisis, the global response and policy measure from the School of Global Affairs..
Africa-focused op-ed series to track, analyse and reflect on COVID-19 in and for Africa.
Report on the potential implications of the coronavirus for equality, diversity and inclusion at King’s to guide and inform future decision making.