The Inquiry's report was published on 28 February 2020 and accepted in principle by UCL's President & Provost Professor Michael Arthur.
Download the Inquiry report and recommendations:
The MORE group recommendations
The MORE group comprises members of the UCL community within the inquiry who did not agree to sign off on the Report in its final form. Their names are listed below. They would have liked more time to develop the report’s narrative and expand its historical understanding of Eugenics. They would also have preferred a broader set of terms of reference that gave equal weight to all targets of Eugenics and to have looked in greater depth at UCL’s teaching provision related to its history and critical analysis. They remain committed to the work of the Commission and have therefore produced a different set of recommendations in order to take its conversation forward.
Dr Caroline Bressey
Professor Joe Cain
Professor Tom Fearn
Professor Peter Fonagy
Professor Tamar Garb
Professor Mark Thomas
UCL is establishing a working group, which will consider how UCL can respond to all recommendations received.
Research commissioned by the Inquiry
The Inquiry’s report is based on archival research work and 33 expert witness interviews undertaken since the beginning of 2019. Surveys and a series of focus groups were concluded in late 2019. The empirical research has involved analysing over 1,000 responses to the online survey and 14 focus groups conducted with UCL staff, students and alumni. The Commission also organised four Town Hall meetings for the UCL community at different stages of the Inquiry.
The Inquiry commissioned a number of research reports:
- Report on the Role of Eugenics in the History of UCL by Dr Maria Kiladi
- Empirical Report about Eugenics at UCL by Mónica Bernal Llanos
- Appendices to the Empirical Report by Mónica Bernal Llanos