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HERAG think tank – London, 20 June 2016

Higher Education Race Action Group conference 2016.

Athena SWAN in Ireland Session – Dublin Institute of Technology, 1 June 2016

This event is for those from institutions in the Republic of Ireland wishing to submit an application for an Athena SWAN award, with a particular focus on good practice for departmental submissions at both Bronze and Silver level.

Athena SWAN in Ireland Session – University of Limerick, 26 May 2016

This event is for those from institutions in the Republic of Ireland wishing to submit an application for an Athena SWAN award, with a particular focus on good practice for departmental submissions at both Bronze and Silver level.

Attracting Diversity: cross institutional event – Edinburgh, 26 May 2016

Attracting Diversity cross institutional events, for Scottish colleges and universities involved in the research project.

Attracting Diversity: cross institutional events – Dundee, 27 May 2016

Attracting Diversity cross institutional events, for Scottish colleges and universities involved in the research project.

Connect, collaborate, share: building the equality community in HE – Nottingham, 29-30 November 2016

ECU’s 2016 UK conference.

ECU Equality Charters: the basics – webinar, 25 May 2016

This webinar is for anyone who is new to ECU’s Athena SWAN and Race Equality Charter and wants to find out more about them.

Introduction to the Race Equality Charter – Manchester University, 13 May 2016

If you are interested in or are planning to submit an application to the revised Race Equality Charter (REC) this introductory workshop will give you the background information you need.

Unconscious bias workshops: arrange a half-day session for your governing body

Equality Challenge Unit and The Leadership Foundation are delighted to offer this new workshop especially designed to help governing bodies understand the barriers presented by unconscious bias and how decision-making can be improved and help to ensure more diverse appointments are made, through a greater awareness of biases.