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From the degree awarding gap to our University's access and participation plan, fair outcomes underpins all that we do in the Centre.
Harassment, hate crimes and sexual misconduct
Challenging the culture of impunity and silence around sexual harassment at university – here you'll find resources and where to get support.
Anti-racism is at the heart of our Centre – here you'll find information and resources on institutional racism in the sector and what is being done to address it.
Resources and training
Access further information, forums and reports, as well as opportunities for staff development.
Inclusion calendar 2022
Discover key dates, awareness-raising days and events that reflect the University's diverse population.
A change maker with a social conscience
London Met’s Head of Communications Ben Sawtell caught up with Professor Nona McDuff OBE, recently appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor for Student Experience at the University.
International Women's Day 2023 'There is only so much women can do by themselves'
We spoke to Adwoa Darko, London Met's Inclusive Communities Manager, about intersectionality, championing women’s voices, and the work of our Centre for Equity and Inclusion.
London Met's queer safe space opens its doors
Third-year BA Photojournalism student Bianca Jashnani reports from the opening of London Met's Rainbow Room.
London Met rises up Stonewall Workplace Equality Index
The University has also received a Stonewall Bronze Award as a leading LGBTQIA+ inclusive employer.
Keisha Da Sket author delivers powerful annual lecture.
Jade LB discussed language, black womanhood, black British culture and disrupting the canon as a teenager at the University's Centre for Equity and Inclusion's annual lecture.
London Met initiatives to address the degree-awarding gap highlighted
The higher education advocacy organisation, Universities UK, showcased London Met's whole-institutional approach an example of innovation and excellence in higher education.
London Met’s Sofia Akel honoured in The Bookseller’s Rising Stars of 2022
Sofia’s Free Books Campaign, celebrated by the publishing world, earns her a place on the esteemed list. Sofia is Race Equity Lead at London Met’s Centre for Equity and Inclusion.
Pride Month Event Roundup
Find out about all the exciting and informative events London Met has on offer for Pride Month.
London Met climbs 236 places in Stonewall Workplace Equality Index
The University has also received a Stonewall Bronze Award
London Met supports development of new anti-Apartheid artworks
Professor Wessie Ling will work with the Liliesleaf Trust UK to commission six new artworks which explore the contemporary resonance of the heritage of the struggle against apartheid.
London Met equity and inclusion case study published by The Office for Students
The case study outlines London Met's whole provider approach to creating an engaging university experience for students of colour that reflects the university's diverse student body.
Celebrating the successes of London Met Lab and Centre for Equity & Inclusion
An anniversary event was held to celebrate the first year of the University's major civic engagement initiative, the London Met Lab, and its sector-leading Centre for Equity & Inclusion
Marcus Rashford collaborates with Free Books Campaign
The Free Books Campaign, founded by London Met’s Sofia Akel, will distribute 400 books in collaboration with Marcus Rashford’s Book Club and Macmillan Kids.
Do Black Lives still Matter in higher education?
Staff from London Met’s Centre for Equity and Inclusion discussed the University’s Race Equity Strategy at an HE sector event.
Events from the Centre for Equity and Inclusion
Critical Conversation Cafes – open to London Met staff and students
Our Critical Conversation Cafes are an open and informal space, and a real opportunity to facilitate stimulating debate, critical reflection and awareness whilst discussing a range of topics, interests, passions and so on led by participants (individuals and interest groups). Please ensure that you read the Cafe Courtesies before registering and attending a cafe.
Take a look at recommended reading/viewing materials from the Critical Conversation Cafes.
Have you got an idea for a critical conversation?
If you would like to host a cafe, we would love to hear from you! Please get in touch with Gene Huie-Manneh, Janet Douglas Gardner or a Students' Union Officer. Sessions do not have to be rooted in academic theory and any member of staff or student in partnership with the Students' Union, can host a session. As the cafes are short, we suggest beginning with a provocation or stimulus for discussion. It could be an image, story, poem, personal experience, quote, news report or lesson topic.