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St Cuthbert's Society seeks to provide a respectful and inclusive environment where all staff and students can thrive.
We strongly believe that people are happier, enjoy their work more and perform better in a place where:
Making Cuth's a truly inclusive place requires ongoing commitment from all members of our community.
EDI (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion) ensures fair treatment and opportunity for all. It aims to eradicate prejudice and discrimination on the basis of an individual or group of individual's protected characteristics.
The following are the legal protected characteristics, under The Equality Act 2010:
Discrimination on the grounds of any of these characteristics is illegal. Discrimination can take many forms including direct discrimination, indirect discrimination, bullying, harassment and victimisation.
For University members please follow the link to view the Respect Commission report (University login required).
Explore the links below for information about Cuth's commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) as well as EDI in the University community and the wider world.