Equality, diversity and inclusion
The School of Classics is committed to creating an inclusive environment that supports equality and diversity. The School aims to achieve fair and equal representation for all, enabling all members of staff and students to contribute and reach their full potential. All staff operate under the University’s equality, diversity and inclusion policy.
The School is against any kind of discrimination and harassment on any basis, including but not limited to gender, race, ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation. For more information on what constitutes bullying or harassment, please see the University’s advice and support web page. If you need to report or talk with someone about issues relating to equality and diversity, please get in touch with either of the School’s equality diversity and inclusion co-chairs or the Head of School.
The School reviews its internal policies and consults with everyone working within the School to improve transparency and fairness at all stages of a career. If you have suggestions for the School's action plan, please contact one of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee members: