Inclusion, diversity and gender

FUTURE THINKERS

About us

Overcoming inequality and promoting diversity is a significant and enduring societal challenge. 

This Network aims to identify and prioritise key areas and challenges of Inclusion, Diversity and Gender to advance our understanding about how individuals and societies experience, respond to and are affected by intersecting identities and/or sociocultural factors.

This builds on Oxford Brookes University’s well-established research history in Inclusion, Diversity and Gender, especially through our Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice. 

As a cross-disciplinary and collaborative Network, we are exploring critical issues and key themes for progress to a more inclusive society, including social class and mobility, gender inequalities, sexuality, disabilities, parenthood, national identity and race.

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Seminar Series

Members of this network are interested in identifying, prioritising and discussing key areas and challenges of Inclusion, Diversity and Gender to advance our understanding of how individuals and societies experience, respond to and are affected by intersecting sociocultural factors.

This series will contribute to debate around these key areas. It will help build a body of knowledge that the wider community can draw from to inform policy and practice.

The events will be led by a range of leading academics and experts with an interest in equalities. They will be of interest to researchers and professionals alike.

Contact us

Inclusion, diversity and gender network

idgn@brookes.ac.uk

Media enquiries

pr@brookes.ac.uk