Equality, diversity and inclusion

The School of Psychology and Neuroscience is committed to creating an inclusive, welcoming environment that supports equality of opportunity and fairness for all. Everyone has the right to work and study in a supportive environment, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, or other personal circumstances. 

The Report and Support tool is available to report any concerns you have related to wellbeing, bullying, discrimination, abuse, assault or harassment of any sort. You can report anonymously or using your contact details. If you provide your contact details, a member of staff will be able to contact you to help provide support. This tool can be used by students, members of staff, members of the public or visitors to the University.

The Mediation Service is available to students, staff and members of the public, experiencing disagreement or conflict, who would prefer a less formal method of discussing University-related disagreements and grievances. The service is also available for groups or teams.

The School operates under the University’s equality, diversity and inclusion policy and aims to enable all members of staff and students to contribute and reach their full potential. This work is carried out by the School's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee. If you need to report or talk with someone about issues relating to equality, diversity and inclusion, please get in touch with either the School’s Director of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion or the Head of School. Contact details can be found on the key roles page. Alternatively, staff and students of the School are welcome to submit any comments or suggestions related to equality, diversity and inclusion via an anonymous EDI feedback form.