Diversity and Inclusion Resources
Canvas Module - Quick Quiz
This course is a useful resource for all LJMU staff and students and should take no longer than 30 minutes to complete.
By the end of this course you will know what equality, diversity and inclusion are – as well as why you need to know. The skills you learn here will help you to see why it is so important to treat everyone fairly, with dignity and respect.
Have a go at the “Quick Quiz” section at the end of this course, to see how much you have learnt.
LJMU Diversity and Inclusion Guides
What is Diversity and Inclusion?
Diversity is about valuing the differences between the protected characteristics and appreciating them without prejudice and discrimination.
Inclusion is a universal human right which embraces all people irrespective of their protected characteristics to eliminate discrimination.
For more Diversity and Inclusion related definitions, visit our Equality Act 2010 page.
Useful YouTube Links (Video Content)
LJMU – Always equal. Never the same:
Publisher Credit: Liverpool John Moores University
Stereotypes and discrimination - Think for yourself:
Publisher Credit: Max Berg
Respect and inclusion at deloitte:
Publisher Credit: Deloitte UK
Don't put people in boxes:
Publisher Credit: newhope church
Publisher Credit: Share History
If microaggressions happened to white people | Decoded | MTV News:
Publisher Credit: MTV News
- LJMU Diversity and Inclusion homepage
- Equality Act 2010: guidance
- AdvanceHE (formally known as Equality Challenge Unit/ECU)
- Equality, Human Rights Commission (EHRC)
- Challenge Consultancy
- Gender Identity Research & Education Society (GIRES)
- Result CIC (Community Interest Company)
- Calibre Leadership Programme
- LJMU Resources for Professionals caring for Asylum Seekers and Refugees
- Universities UK
- Jane Elliot’s Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes Exercise
- Human Library
- Changing the Culture Report
- Xpert HR: Employment Law Manual
- Government Equalities Office
Articles and news stories
- LJMU Let’s talk disability and mental health conference (2018)
- Critically thinking about race, religion and belief/non belief (2016)
- Taiye Selassi’s talk ‘Don’t ask where I’m from, ask where I’m local'
- White fragility
- Ally McBeal and her homies
- Tell MAMA website - Hate crime, specifically Islamophobia
- Runnymede migration stories