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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion​


​Edinburgh Napier University aims to build a community where all of our members are empowered to fulfil their full potential and find their own unique place in the world.

We don’t just accept difference, we promote and celebrate it.


​Use the navigation panel on the left under Inclusion or the boxes below


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What do ​we mean by 'inclusion’?

Inclusion is one of our values.

Edinburgh Napier University is enriched by the diversity of perspectives, cultures and backgrounds brought by all within our global community. We are committed to a positive environment where diversity and inclusiveness is celebrated and everyone is treated fairly regardless of sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, disability, age, ethnic origin, religion or belief, marital or civil partnership status or whether pregnant or on maternity leave. We commit ourselves to providing a learning, working and social environment that is free from discrimination, prejudice, intimidation, stigmatisation and all forms of harassment and bullying.
We understand that it is because of our diversity that our community becomes smarter thinkers, better decision makers and braver innovators. We strive to ensure every member of our staff and student communities feel valued, supported and enabled to bring their whole selves to each and every endeavour without feeling a need to conceal elements of theiridentity to avoid unfair treatment.
Our vision is to build a community where all of our members are empowered to fulfil their full potential and find their own unique place in the world. We don’t just accept difference, we promote and celebrate it.



British Sign Language

Universities and Colleges in Scotland are required to publish institutional plans which demonstrate that the Deaf, Deafblind and BSL Community are welcomed and included at our University. You can find Edinburgh Napier’s plan here.


Disability Confident

Edinburgh Napier has gained Disability Confident Employer Level 2 status. This demonstrates that we have tested our business against a set of statements about employing disabled people. More information can be found here.



The governance of all Equality, Diversity and Inclusion activity is overseen by the Inclusion Committee. This committee has senior representation from across the University and is chaired by Carolann Begbie, Director of People & Services​​
 


Contact Sandrine Flower​ for more information


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