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The Department of Political Economy supports and promotes diversity and inclusion. We foster an inclusive environment in which staff and students are treated with dignity and respect. We are committed to ensuring that all students and staff are treated equitably and are not accorded less favourable treatment because of age, marital/civil partnership status, sex, disability, race, colour, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, family circumstances, religious or political beliefs and transgender status. We are also committed to enhancing the work-life balance of all staff in relation to caring responsibilities and other issues affecting well-being. We want our students to be part of an inclusive, welcoming and supportive campus community.
The Department of Political Economy’s Diversity and Inclusion Ambassador is Prof Amrita Dhillon and the committee includes:
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‘Diversity matters’ training sessions are offered by the Diversity & Inclusion team at King’s. Please sign up here.This training is a requirement for promotion and membership in recruitment panels.
The group, chaired by Professor Shaun Hargreaves Heap, was established with the objective to develop plans for inclusive curricula in DPE and consider matters raised by the 'Decolonisation of the Curriculum' Workstream, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion SSPP Committee.
Read the strategy
Read more here
The Equality Act legally protects people from discrimination in the workplace and in wider society
Read the Equality Act 2010
King's College London's Dignity at Work policy
Please contact D&I lead: Professor Amrita Dhillon