Diversity & Inclusion at King's
Creating an inclusive work and study environment
King's College London is committed to embedding good diversity and inclusion practice into all of its activities so that the university becomes a richer and more diverse place to work and study.
King's Diversity & Inclusion staff are situated in Human Resources. Our work covers both staff and student issues and our main responsibilities include:
advising on best practice in equalities – in particular ensuring the university is meeting its obligations under the Equality Act 2010
developing university strategy, policy and actions in relation to equalities
providing support and guidance on cases of bullying, harassment and discrimination
maintaining the university's staff networks and facilitating two-way communication to inform policy
delivering equality and diversity training for staff and students
initiating positive action initiatives such as mentoring schemes
facilitating progress with external charter marks such as Athena SWAN.
The university also has a dedicated Disability Advisory Service that provides information and support to disabled students and to staff about engaging with disabled students.
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