Inclusive culture, behaviour and values

London Met is proud to be one of the most diverse, socially inclusive and transformative universities in the UK. Addressing inequality and social justice sits at the heart of our mission. Ensuring an inclusive culture is the responsibility of all members of our community.

At London Met this means:

Meeting relevant Equality Charter Mark standards

Meeting standards such Athena SWAN, the Race Equality Charter, Stonewall and Disability Confident to facilitate diversity in our staff community will ensure everyone at London Met is valued and included.

Sector leading (and beyond) people policy development

Which embeds EDI within our recruitment, pay and reward, progression and development, research, enterprise and teaching activities.

Ensuring our community is protected from bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct

We will make clear in policy, guidance and communication the right to disclose unacceptable behaviour experienced while working, studying or participating in activities at the University.

Partnership working with recognised unions and staff networks

Ensure that the diverse perspectives of the University community feed and influence our decision-making.

A coaching culture

We will equip our people with coaching skills to cultivate active listening and inclusive behaviours.

Enhancing Access

We proactively seek through our strategies and action plans to tackle systemic barriers and replace them with structural and cultural change.