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In this article, Dr Alexandra Morfaki, Nursery Manager at The Students' Union at UWE, discusses her doctoral research which focused on Inclusion in the Early Years. Alex’s thesis explored the dilemmas of difference, roles and partne (More)
Are you an engineer or someone who works in, or is interested in, digital engineering and technology sectors in the West of England, UK?    What would make the sector more inclusive for you? Come to our Listening Workshops this summ (More)
This month's guest post is written by Dr Vanda Papafilippou, Senior Lecturer in HRM, UWE Bristol. Women comprise just 12% of the UK engineering workforce (EngineeringUK, 2018), and despite the efforts of both the state and the industry, it remain (More)
Creative Workforce for the Future is a one year pilot developing industry employment practices embracing inclusion and diversity as an asset, and nurtures young talent from under-represented groups to gain the experience required to sustain a creati (More)
Were you the first in your family to go to university? If so, Future Quest would like you to share your story as part of their #IAmFirstGen campaign. What is #IAmFirstGen? The #IAmFirstGen campaign aims to highlight that anyone (More)
by Professor Richard Bolden The killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis, USA on 25th May 2020 triggered a wave of protests about racial inequality that have spread around the world. In my home city of Bristol, UK the Black Live (More)