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Thinking like a Charter Panellist, 12 June 2018 – University of Glasgow

This event is an opportunity to provide Scottish institutions and representatives with greater engagement with the ECU Charters. This event allows participants to ‘Think like a Charter Panellist’ and includes a refresh of the principles, theory of change and a mock panel to allow participants to put their knowledge and experience into action.

Participating in a review panel is one of the best ways to build an understanding of Advance HE’s equality charters – this group session seeks to share this experience beyond the panel setting so that attendees can begin to “think like a panellist” and utilise this insight in their self-assessment process and development of a charter submission.

The session will include:

  • overview of the review process and the different roles on a panel
  • what a panel is looking for in an application
  • exploration of the review process with a ‘mock panel’
  • There will also be the opportunity to ask questions relating directly to your institution, plan your institution’s future work and share ideas with other higher education institutions (HEIs).


Timing: the registration opens at 10:30 am. The event starts at 11:00 am and finish at 3:00 pm. Lunch will be provided.

Venue: The event is taking place at the University of Glasgow, Gilbert Scott building, room 250.

The address is: University of Glasgow, University avenue, Glasgow G12 8QQ

Please note that it is important that all participants have some experience of Athena SWAN and/or the Race Equality Charter Framework, as the workshop will require prior knowledge. There will be no opportunity on the day to background information.

To register your place at the Thinking like a Charter Panellist event being held at University of Glasgow please fill in the form below.

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Thinking Like a Charter Panellist, 12 June 2018