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    Friday
    Nov032017

    Supporting Trans employees – still a long way to go?

    Did you know that managers often have low levels of confidence in knowing how to deal with trans issues in the workplace? They are often unsure of correct terminology, rules of confidentiality and how to provide appropriate support. How confident and knowledgeable are your staff? Would new guidance from Acas help?

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    Friday
    Nov032017

    Supporting Trans students – transforming outcomes?

    Trans people experience roadblocks when accessing, enjoying and staying in education, with issues such as bullying, transphobia, discrimination and administration errors acting as contributing factors to these blocks. What roadblocks do your trans students face?

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    Friday
    Nov032017

    Supporting Disabled Students in HE – an uphill struggle?

    Are staff aware of the legal rights of disabled students? Do they know how to remove barriers before they might have an impact on students? Would they know best practice on handling disability-related issues in complaints and academic appeals? Would new guidance from OIA help?

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    Nov032017

    Spotlight on training – Unconscious Bias, Culture and Respect

    Do tutors understand the impact of unconscious bias on teaching and learning? Do all staff realise that promoting British values must involve tackling unconscious bias if they are to help prepare learners thoroughly for life in Britain’s complex, multicultural society? Do leaders appreciate the ‘bystander effect’ which can prevent the effective tackling of discriminatory attitudes and behaviours? What training have you proved?

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    Friday
    Nov032017

    Facts, figures and frustrations: the challenges of a national conversation of race disparity

    Many providers analyse student race data, for example recruitment, success and progression, to determine race equality gaps to tackle. But if you have a major campaign to raise awareness of an attainment gap for Black students at your institution, how does this affect recruitment of Black students? Does it further entrench deficit assumptions and approaches by teachers and assessors? Does it increase stereotype threat within the students themselves? The Equality Challenge Unit has recently examined reactions to the Cabinet Office’s ‘Ethnicity facts and figures’ site and asks: what lessons for HE?

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