A collection of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) resources with relevance to staff recruitment and promotion in HE geography.
This page contains a collection of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) resources with relevance to staff recruitment and promotion in HE geography. These resources were collated as part of the project Enabling equitable cultures of knowledge and practice in physical geography and environmental sciences, funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).
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British International Studies Association (2021) Career trajectories in UK departments of Politics and International Relations
British Science Association (2020) APPG Diversity and Inclusion in STEM, Inquiry in Equity in STEM Education: Final Report
Centre for Longitudinal Studies (2020) Race inequality in the workforce (PDF)
Fyfe, A., De Moortle, I. and Ashbrook, S. (2016) Academic Women Now: experiences of mid-career academic women in Scotland
Nelson, R.G., Rutherford, J.N., Hinde, K. and Clancy, K.B.H. (2017) Signaling Safety: Characterizing Fieldwork Experiences and Their Implications for Career Trajectories. American Anthropologist, 119, pp. 710-722
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A collection of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) resources with relevance to curricula in HE geography.
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