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February is LGBT+ History Month in the UK, a month in which we recognise and celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and additional queer histories.
As a public sector organisation, St George's is committed to removing disadvantage and encouraging participation.
We value and celebrate our diversity and strive to create a positive working and learning environment that is free from harassment and bullying.
Equality analysis should be undertaken whenever new processes, procedures or working practices are put in place or decisions made to ensure these do not have a negative or adverse effect on individuals.
St George's is committed to achieving race equality across all areas of the university.
Find out how our reasonable adjustments process for staff works, how we aim to support members of staff with a disability, and what counts as a disability under the Equality Act 2010.
What people are paid should be fair and transparent and we want to ensure that our pay and reward systems do not indirectly impact negatively on any staff member.
Find out more about our commitment to being an LGBT-inclusive workplace and working towards furthering LGBT equality.
We aim to ensure that no staff member or student is disadvantaged due to pregnancy, paternity, parental responsibility, maternity, or caring responsibilities.
At St George’s, we’re proud of our diverse staff and student body and we're committed to creating a positive working and learning environment where all people are treated with dignity and respect.
The Advance HE’s Athena SWAN charter recognises work undertaken to address gender equality in higher education
Find out about St George's LGBT staff network and staff disability network, created with the goal of helping all staff feel included and supported in St George's community.
We offer different types of Equality and Diversity Inclusion (EDI) training that we encourage our staff to complete.
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