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The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender plus (LGBT+) staff network exists for university and hospital staff who identify as LGBT+ or other non-binary identities to feel included and supported in the St George’s community. The network also welcomes staff who would like to join as LGBT+ allies. The network aims to work with other groups, committees and senior management to progress LGBT+ equality at St George’s.
Any staff member is welcome to join this group and the network holds events and seminars to raise awareness and bring people together. In the past, activities have been held that have focussed on representation at the annual Pride in London, LGBT+ history month, seminars such as LGBT and faith and fundraising initiatives. If you would like to get involved or have any ideas for any events and initiatives, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that this is a shared inbox and can be accessed by the Chair of the LGBT+ Staff Network and the Diversity and Inclusion Adviser, emails remain confidential within this group.
A staff disability network has been set up to support disabled staff at St George’s, University of London and to progress disability issues at the university. Activities that have already taken place include a coffee morning focusing on mental health, mindfulness sessions and laughter yoga. One of the main aims of the network is to improve wellbeing and the participation of disabled members of staff and raise awareness of mental health in the workplace.
If you would like more information on the network or would like to be added to the mailing list, please send us an email at email@example.com
Please note that this is a shared inbox and can be accessed by the Chair of the Disability Network and the Diversity and Inclusion Adviser, emails remain confidential within this group.
The Staff Race and Ethnicity Network is open to staff from all ethnic backgrounds, including staff who are allies. All members of the Network are expected to be supportive of race equality.
The Network also includes an additional internal group which is open to individuals who are from a minority ethnic background only. This group will meet separately from the main Network as a supportive space to raise and discuss relevant issues.
Email the Race and Ethnicity Network if you are interested in joining.
Please note that this is a shared inbox and can be accessed by the Chairs of the Race and Ethnicity Network and the Diversity and Inclusion Adviser, emails remain confidential within this group.
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