Age Gender Diversity Matrix Tool – A Framework for an Inclusive World (agd-matrix-tool.com) Developed by Associate Professor Eileen Pittaway and Dr Linda Bartolomei, University of New South Wales.The tool is designed to provide a framework for humanitarian workers and aid agencies to develop policies that are intersectional in terms of inclusivity by categories such as […]
The first ever report on this subject has been published by AdvanceHE.
DIVA is an online resource developed by David Deacon and James Stanyer of the Centre for Research in Communication and Culture, Loughborough University in collaboration with Business Intelligence And Strategy (B.I.A.S) and is supported Research England’s Higher Education Innovation Fund. Concerns about the diversity of media content and representation are concerned with questions of both […]
Advance HE and the CUC (Committee of University Chairs), in collaboration with AHUA (Association of Heads of University Administration) and the 30% Club, have launched a new ‘board vacancies’ portal which aims to make board appointments in higher education more visible and accessible, encouraging a greater diversity of applicants. It forms part of a wider […]
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Phoenix Square marks Black History Month with a series of films programmed by local arts organisation Serendipity, in partnership with the University of Leicester, a one-off live-via-satellite Grace Jones event and two further documentaries with De Montfort University. Films include the Stuart Hall Project, a film about Frantz Fanon, Black women in the Civil Rights […]
Find out by reading the results of a survey of 7,000 released this week by Reuters Institute. It is based on a survey of 700 journalists conducted in December 2015. While 45% were women they are less well-paid than men and occupy fewer management positions. The report also found this to be true of Black […]
Lies, damned lies and statistics on widening access to Russell Group universities Interesting article in the latest issue of Radical Statistic by Vikki Boliver which criticises the Russell Group Opening Doors report arguing that it is an illusion that the number of students from ‘diverse backgrounds’ has increased. Arguments are made on the basis of […]