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Oxford Brookes University is committed to the advancement of equality, diversity and inclusion. It seeks, through all its policies and actions, to be a genuinely inclusive organisation, and draws for this on good practice throughout the higher education sector and wider economy with a view to integrating the principles of equal treatment and the promotion of diversity into all aspects of the University’s day-to-day life. This is articulated in our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy - Regulation E5.
The University takes an evidence-based approach to EDI and uses data to drive change and set priorities. These are articulated in our EDI Strategy 2015-18 and EDI Objectives and Action Plan.
The EDI AdvisoryGroup, chaired by the Vice Chancellor and reporting to the Executive Board, is responsible for producing the University’s Annual EDI Report, recommendations for action, and developing and monitoring equality objectives and other requirements under the Public Sector Duty of the Equality Act 2010. See EDI Annual Reports.
Responsibility for EDI lies with each and every member of the Oxford Brookes community and more formally with the Board of Governors. However, to ensure the University meets its legal obligations, actively promotes good practice and monitors our progress, different areas of the University have special responsibility for developing and implementing EDI policy and practices.
Please see a full list of key contacts for information.