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Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI)

Welcome to the Arts & Humanities Faculty’s EDI page. We are committed to creating a safe and inclusive space where the full identities of staff and students can be celebrated.

EDI at UCL means promoting fairness, being attentive to the impact of social identities and putting the most disadvantaged members of our community at the centre of university life. Inclusion celebrates 'difference' and values it as an asset, but it can require more thought, time, and resources to meaningfully accommodate it.

To get involved, student and staff can contact their departmental Inclusion Lead and apply to join their departmental EDI Committee.

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EDI Dialogues @ UCL - Arts & Humanities

Our new podcast features dialogues on all things EDI in conversation with UCL Arts & Humanities staff members, students, as well as external interlocutors.

Listen to EDI Dialogues @ UCL - Arts & Humanities

 

Upcoming Events

SPRC Colloquium series 2024

Events from January - March 2024

A Season of Yiddish Theatre

Events from January - March 2024

Queerness as Extremism: The Assault on LGBTQ+ Rights in Russia

22 February 2024

The Digital Imperium

22 February 2024

French but not (Q)White: Defining Frenchness for the 21st Century: Prof. Mame-Fatou Niang

27 February 2024

Xenophobia: The many-headed demon is back!

28 February 2024

Residues of Colonisation: Gender, Race and Class

28 February 2024

Wilson's white world: the foundation of Central-Eastern European nation-states after World War I

12 March 2024

Postcolonial racialisation: on the possibilities and limitations of a concept

14 March 2024

Old Mistresses (Queridas viejas) - Editing Gombrich

4 June 2024

Past Events

Except Palestine: Gaza, the Global Graveyard of Children and the Politics of Unchilding

7 February 2024

Rachel Jean-Baptiste: Multiracial Identities in Colonial French Africa: Race, Childhood and Citizenship

05 December 2023, 5:30 pm–7:00 pm 

Hans Kundnani: EU as a Racialised Project

20 November 2023, 5:30 pm–7:00 pm 

Black History is World History. Speaker - Daniel James, TU Dresden

26 October 2023

Damani Partridge: Blackness as a Universal Claim

16 October 2023

Black Youth Work and Higher Education: Radical Possibilities

11 October 2023

IAS Book Launch: 'Black Boys: The Social Aesthetics of Black Urban Film'

2 October 2023

Sarah Parker Remond Centre Events

2 October - 13 November 2023

Queer Tours of London: A Mince Through Time

10 August 2023

‘African Apocalypse’: Unveiling the trail of colonial violence and its enduring legacy 

15 December 2022

Diversifying the Curriculum

The UCL Arts & Humanities’ EDI Team are working across departments to encourage decolonialising the curriculum. Here is some of the work being undertaken in the faculty and beyond:

EDI on your year abroad

Programmes offered by UCL Arts & Humanities may incorporate a year abroad. A year abroad can provide an excellent chance to engage with different cultures. However, this can provide some challenges in terms of EDI. If your programme includes a year abroad and you have any concerns or would like to talk about any issues regarding your time abroad, we encourage you to talk to your personal tutor, use the UCL report and support system, or contact student services. You may also want to contact the chair of your departmental EDI committee.

EDI Resources
Department EDI pages