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Showing 10 out of 22 resources for: LGBT+
MI TALENT (2022)

A report providing strategic insights into the UK’s technical workforce in higher education and research, including demographic / EDI data and EDI recommendations

Technicians data BAME LGBT+ Disability EDI Strategy recommendations
Northern Power Inclusion Matters (2021)

This evidence-informed toolkit is designed to assist professional practitioners in implementing similar activities from the Northern Power project and adapting them for use within their own settings. Activities from the project included, shared-characteristic mentoring, reciprocal mentoring, academi...

Mentoring Leadership Inclusion Race Gender LGBT+
Royal Society of Chemistry (2020)

International mobility can pose unique challenges for LGBT+ scientists, and it is imperative that employers and institutions take these issues into account at all stages. LGBT+ individuals should be informed and empowered to make whatever choices they consider best for their own safety and wellbe...

LGBT+ Accessibility
University of Nottingham (2021)

STEMM-CHANGE is delighted to publish a report which proposes comprehensive ways to eradicate the widespread language of exclusion commonly used in employment processes. This work aims to help the huge numbers of people from under-represented groups who are put off applying for jobs and career pro...

Recruitment Language Unconscious Bias Gender LGBT+ BAME Disability
University of Nottingham (2021)

Reverse mentoring is when a senior member of staff is mentored by a more junior member of staff. This approach has been used to facilitate learning and development and to improve competence in a variety of fields. The ReMEDI approach has adapted this process to help with improving equality, diversit...

Mentoring BAME LGBT+ Disability Women
The Law Society (2021)

Guidance covering how to communicate and use pronouns correctly in the workplace, from the Law Society.

Pronouns LGBT+ Language Communication Staff Transgender
University of Birmingham (2017)

This guidance brings together the first hand experiences of its own teachers and LGBT students. It demonstrates the importance of a fully inclusive curriculum and the impact that it can have on students and teachers. And it provides practical information for other institutions to create the changes ...

LGBT+ Teaching Curriculum Transgender Students
Lancaster University (2021)

This document is intended to facilitate and promote social and academic best practice as regards to gender-inclusive language.

Gender Language LGBT+ Students Transgender
University of Manchester (2021)

The way we write for and about people can help to promote equality, diversity and inclusion, and provide the same opportunities for all. This guide outlines how to use inclusive language to avoid biases, slang or expressions that exclude certain groups based on age, race, ethnicity, disability, gend...

Age Disability Mental Health Race Gender LGBT+ Language
The Lancet (2020)

Visibility creates a crucial sense of individual belonging and security for LGBTQ+ people, and those who are able to be open about their sexuality and gender can serve as role models for the wider community. 1 Visible or not, LGBTQ+ people frequently encounter societal or legal discrimination, parti...

LGBT+ Inclusion STEM Intervention