Our commitment to racial equality
To help drive forward our efforts to improve racial equality at LSBU, we have signed up to Advance HE’s Race Equality Charter. The charter serves as a helpful framework as we work towards reviewing and improving existing structures, policies and practices to ensure racial equality for all our staff and students. As part of joining the Charter, LSBU has committed to five fundamental guiding principles which will underpin our efforts to improve our policies, practices and culture through structured action planning.
The University has assembled a self-assessment team (SAT) who will lead our efforts to address racial inequality by establishing institutional priority areas and developing an evidence-based action plan to underpin the agreed priorities and advance race equality.
The REC is sponsored by Dr Marcelle Moncreiffe-Johnson (Chief People Officer).
The formation of the SAT team was led by the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion team who are also key in the management of the REC process.
The SAT is chaired by Professor Calvin Moorley (Institute of Health and Social Care/Adult Nursing).
The SAT membership comprises of staff and students from across the institution, representing a wide range of experiences, skills, and knowledge that will be instrumental in driving systemic change for the University.
Chief People Officer (REC Sponsor)
Professor for Adult Nursing (SAT Chair)
Acting Director of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Project Manager
Associate Professor in Sociology (Head of Equinet Staff Network)
Dean School of Allied and Community Health
President of Student Union
Head of HR Operations
PHD Engineering and built environment - Student
Student Union – Vice President Welfare
Senior Manager – Stakeholder Communications
Deputy Director Centre for Research Informed Teaching
HR Business Partner – Lambeth College
In addition to our SAT, Race Equality Charter working groups have also been formed to undertake research and an analysis of current staff and student trends and experiences and recommend change initiatives to be reviewed by the SAT.
Working Group Leads
Organisational Development Manager
Head of division for film
Learning Development Adviser
Business Intelligence Analyst
Course Director for Psychology
For more information regarding LSBU’s REC work, or to discuss ways to get involved, please reach out to our Equality, Diversity& Inclusion Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.