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Help us move forward on Race Equality

Race Equality Charter Mark survey

Help us decide how to move forward on Race Equality at the University of Reading.

As a University, we want to take forward our work on racial and ethnic diversity. We need to develop concrete plans that will help us make progress on a range of challenges – for example, we want to increase the representation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity (BAME) staff at senior levels within the University.

We also want to ensure that all of our students have an equal opportunity to develop their potential, irrespective of their race or ethnicity. 

To make sure that our future initiatives are relevant and stand a good chance of success, we are seeking views from across the University on race and ethnicity. 

We would therefore be extremely grateful if you could take a few moments to complete the Race Equality Charter Mark survey – the survey has been devised by the Equality Challenge Unit and should only take around 15 minutes to complete.  

The survey is anonymous, but we do ask for some demographic data to allow us to link responses to particular ethnic groups of staff. A similar survey is also being circulated to students. 

Feedback gained through the Race Equality Charter Mark survey will be used in tandem with the insights gained from the 2017 Staff Survey, as well as recent interviews and focus groups with BAME staff. We aim to collect as many views as possible from a diverse range of voices – we want to hear your suggestions on what we could do to advance race and equality here at Reading. 

The survey will run until Wednesday 1 November.  

If you require a paper copy of the survey, please contact Yasmin Ahmed

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