National Inclusion Week 2020
Staff and students are invited to celebrate ‘everyday inclusion’ during an annual awareness event.
A host of events will be taking place online as part of National Inclusion Week 2020
Plans for Leeds to mark National Inclusion Week (NIW), which runs from Monday 28 September to Sunday 4 October, aim to promote inclusion in all its forms, and provides a great chance to share inspiring practices and ideas.
This year’s theme is ‘Each one, reach one’ – a message focusing on the opportunities we have to connect with other people.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic, all our events will be online this year, with various training sessions and panel discussions taking place during the course of the week.
- Monday 28 September, 12-1pm – Accessible document training
- Monday 28 September, 2-3pm – Presentation from the Chronic Pain and Fatigue Staff Network
- Tuesday 29 September, 12-1pm – Trans Informative session
- Tuesday 29 September, 1-3pm – Belonging at Leeds panel discussion
- Wednesday 30 September, 12-1pm – Carers Leeds workshop
- Wednesday 30 September, 1-1.30pm – Postural awareness workshop
- Thursday 1 October, 12-2pm – Meno-pause for Thought Virtual Café
- Thursday 1 October, 2-3.15pm – ‘Bringing Your Authentic Self to the University of Leeds’ webinar
- Friday 2 October, 12-1pm – Chinese name pronunciation workshop
- Friday 2 October, 1-1:45pm – Accessible yoga class; and
- Froday 2 October, 6pm to Sunday 4 October, 6pm – ‘Picture a Scientist’ virtual documentary online screening (registration deadline: 4pm Tuesday 29 September)
Visit the EPU website for further details and to book your place on any of these sessions.
Additional activities may be organised as the week approaches, and the EPU page will be updated accordingly.
Additional support and resources for staff and students:
- View the EPU Support and Resources webpages
- View the University Policies EPU webpages
- UoL Staff Networks
- LUU Help and Support