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Oxford Brookes University is committed to the promotion of race equality as part of our equality, diversity and inclusion agenda. This is central to our values and ambitions for the quality of the experience of our students and staff.
The University recognises that addressing racial inequalities and improving representation, progression and success of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) students and staff are significant issues for the higher education sector. We are working towards long-term change in organisational practice and culture. We want to ensure there are no barriers to participation, inclusion and achievement for BAME students and staff. UK higher education cannot reach its full potential unless it can benefit from the talents of the whole population and until individuals from all ethnic backgrounds can benefit equally from the opportunities it affords.
Oxford Brookes participated in the ECU Race Equality Charter Mark pilot in 2014. This provided important lessons and insights to guide our progress and stakeholder engagement.
The University has now developed a Race Equality Strategy to build the foundations for advancing race equality.
The long-term objectives for the strategy are that:
These objectives will be supported by an annual Race Equality Action Plan identifying key actions in any given year.
The action plan will be monitored by the Race Equality Steering Group (RESG) chaired by Professor Anne-Marie Kilday, PVC Staff Experience and Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and supported by a wider Race Equality Action Group. The RESG will report to the Equality, Diversion and Inclusion Advisory Group (EDIAG) and Executive Board.
For more information contact: Jane Butcher, EDI Adviser firstname.lastname@example.org Extension 5443