King's College London's equalities policies and statements set out our aspirations and our action plans aid us in implementing them. Translating these policy commitments into everyday practice will enhance the experience and time individuals spend at the university.
King’s is currently refreshing its approach to diversity and inclusion. As part of this, we are reviewing all related policies; these will set out the university’s commitments and support all members of the King’s community.
- Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Policy
This overarching statement outlines the university's commitment to equality and diversity in all its activities and areas of work.
Leave and Flexible Working Policies (Internal content for King's members)
The Human Resources web pages hold a range of information on the university's leave and flexible working policies, including maternity, paternity and adoption leave. For the key features and a summary of these policies, see: Leave, Pay and Cover and Flexible working.
Dignity at King's - Bullying and Harassment Policy
King’s is committed to being an environment free from bullying and harassment, prejudice and discrimination. The purpose of this policy is to set out the expected behaviours of all members of the King’s Community (staff, students and visitors, both on our campuses and online) and to ensure that the range of options and support for staff and students who feel they have been bullied or harassed is clear.
Trans Equality Statement and Procedures
Outlines the university's commitment to transgender equality and the procedures which the university has put in place to ensure that its trans staff and students are part of a supportive and inclusive work / study environment and do not face discrimination on the grounds of their gender identity.
- King's Disability Policy
King’s is committed to disability equality and inclusion so that all disabled people and those with long term conditions are included and feel valued, and that barriers are understood and overcome. This includes current and prospective staff, students and visitors including alumni.
- Religion and Belief Policy
King's is committed to creating an inclusive environment that promotes equality of opportunity for everyone in its community. This policy sets out the legal framework within which King's operates and the religious foundation of the university alongside the expected behaviours of all members of the King's community in relation to religion and belief.
King’s College London is committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all those within our community. The purpose of this policy is to ensure our practices and procedures are inclusive and support all staff who are affected by symptoms of the menopause. This policy cover all members of staff and is relevant to individual staff members and line managers.
King’s College London is committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment for all those within our community. The purpose of this policy is to ensure our practices and procedures are inclusive and support all staff who are affected by menstruation symptoms. This policy cover all members of staff and is relevant to individual staff members and line managers.