IoPPN CD&I Self-Assessment Team
The IoPPN Culture, Diversity and Inclusion Self-Assessment Team (CD&I SAT) applies an intersectional approach across all protected characteristics (age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation) to ensure a diverse and inclusive environment for all IoPPN staff, students and visitors.
The IoPPN CD&I Self-Assessment Team:
- embeds CD&I policies and procedures at the faculty-level and in all departments and central CD&I teams;
- develops, implements, promotes and monitors initiatives at the faculty and in departments and IoPPN central teams in order to promote diversity and inclusion;
- supports the IoPPN to address the challenges outlined in the new IoPPN Strategy to ensure people are at the heart of our success;
- champions, implements and monitors the IoPPN CD&I Action Plan that covers all protected characteristics and incorporates IoPPN’s Athena SWAN Action Plan, King’s Athena SWAN Action Plan, King’s Race Equality Charter Mark Action Plan, King’s Stonewall Workplace Equality Index Action Plan and Disability Inclusion Transformation Plan across the faculty
The CD&I SAT has a diverse membership of academics, students, research and professional services staff with a representative from each academic/ student/ professional services department. Our membership includes expertise across all protected characteristics with experience in parenting/caring, recruitment and promotion, senior management, academic and PSS, health inequalities, outreach and education.
The group discusses, implements, promotes and monitors faculty-level objectives and strategies aimed at improving the environment for all staff and students.
Our SAT includes the Core Team, CD&I Champions and a lead and deputy representative for all academic departments, central teams and areas such as research, international, estates and facilities and press and communications. View our complete membership here.