Respect Always Coffee and Catch Ups this November

Do you feel respected within LJMU?   

What happens within the university that makes you feel less than respected? Have you got views on what would make a better working environment? 

Come along for a 'coffee and catch up' with members of the Respect Always steering group and tell us your thoughts.

The Respect Always team will be holding sessions throughout November around campus, and online, and want to hear from as many people as possible.

All staff are encouraged to take some time out of their usual schedule to come along and talk about respect within LJMU, to inform the future direction of the campaign.

Dates and times of 'Coffee and Catch Ups'

Thursday 10 November, 1-2pm, G.20 Exchange Station

Tea, coffee and biscuits will also be provided 

Wednesday 16 November, 3-4pm, 137 Redmonds Building 

Tea, coffee and biscuits will also be provided 


Thursday 1 December, 12:30-1:30pm, Online Microsoft Teams


To confirm your attendance at any of the above, please email Nataly Jones:


What is ‘Respect Always’? 

The university started the Respect Always campaign back in 2019.  At that point, sessions were held and staff and students were asked to come along and discuss how respectful the LJMU environment was, and what they hoped might change in the future.   

The Steering group has worked with these thoughts and suggestions, to lead the campaign forward and focus on the issues surrounding respect that matter to our LJMU community.  

We now want to gather opinions from across LJMU and refresh the next stages of the Respect Always campaign. 

You can find out more on the Respect Always webpages. 


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