Race Equality Charter Survey 2019

Monday 23 September – Friday 18 October 2019

Your feedback is vital

We are committed to promoting inclusion and a sense of belonging for all our students and colleagues.

Help us to understand and address any inequality relating to race and ethnicity here at Staffs by completing our Race Equality Survey.

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Under current legislation the University has a duty to eliminate unlawful discrimination and positively promote equality of opportunity and good race relations between people of all racial groups.

The University's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Framework 2018- 21 and accompanying objectives sets out how we are going to continue to fulfil our duties under the equality legislation including our duties around race equality. 

We monitor ethnicity and report annually on progress in our Diversity Annual Report.

Our campuses are alive with different cultures and languages!  We have students from many different countries studying with us in the UK and many more studying at our centres aboard.

We celebrate Black History Month in October each year and are currently planning next year's activities. So if you have any ideas or want to take part - let us know!


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Latest News

Staffordshire University has been successful in gaining a Bronze University Award under a new Race Equality Charter Mark - one of only eight universities to do so!

A Bronze Award recognises that the University has a solid foundation for eliminating racial inequalities and developing an inclusive culture that values all staff and students.

Race Equality Charter Mark

The University took part in the Equality Challenge Unit's (ECU) Race Equality Charter Mark trial.  This is an initiative for the Higher Education Sector which allows HEIs to apply for an award recognising their commitment to, and progression towards race equality.

For more information visit the Race Equality Charter Mark.

University Contacts

  • International Student Support (ISS) - International Student Advisors can be contacted via the Student Hub in the Science Centre in Stoke and the Information Point in Stafford.

  • The Students' Union has a Multi Cultural Liberation Network.

  • For information relating to faith issues, including prayer space and food, see our Religion or Belief page.

  • Our Bullying and Harassment page has information on how to report race-related hate incidents, discrimination or harassment.


External Contacts

Reporting Hate Crime and Discrimination

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