The University has a general duty to eliminate unlawful discrimination, promote equality of opportunity and promote good relations between people of differing ethnic groups. The University is fully committed to the values encompassed within the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 and is taking positive steps to ensure that they become integral to the way it carries out its relevant functions.
Why the Difference?
A closer look at higher education minority ethnic students and graduates:
Communication and consultation Report
This report, by IES for the Department for Education and Skills, contains the findings of a major research study over two years. It shows the various influences on minority ethnic participation and their achievement in higher education, and their transitions to the labour market. It presents the most comprehensive and detailed picture yet to emerge.
Communication and consultation Toolkit for HE Institutions
This document provides practical guidance to assist HEIs in enhancing their communication and consultation processes in order to promote race equality and fulfil the requirements of the Race Relations (Amendment) Act (2000) (RR(A)A).