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Additional EDI Resources

Browse a range of resources we have brought together to support individuals and teams in developing and implementing equality, diversity and inclusion strategies. We have tried to do this within protected characteristics themes. In the first instance it is worth ensuring you have reviewed E&I Unit resources pages.


EPSRC funded EDI resources

  • EPSRC BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) resources - This is the term used by the University of Nottingham, elsewhere you will see BAME (Black, Asian, and minority ethnic). We recognise these abbreviations are contested, and neither offer the full diversity of the people they represent.
  • EPSRC race resources, including supporting Black, Asian, and minority ethnic students during the coronavirus pandemic.

YouTube resources


  • Neurodiversity in Higher Education; a narrative synthesis was published in The International Journal of Higher
    Education Research in October 2020.  It draws together a corpus of international literature on how neurodiverse students experience higher education and the ways in which higher education institutions respond to the cluster of neurodiverse conditions.
  • EPSRC resources on disability include understanding and anticipating reasonable adjustments, and a guide to best practice in supporting higher education students on the autism spectrum.
  • See the Neurodiversity Hub resource page for both staff and student resources specific to universities, including downloadable videos, handouts, tips sheets and much more. They also have a range of life skills courses for neurodivergent students on their learning platform.
  • The Education and Training Foundations has a useful article on Supporting SEND learners by taking a neurodiversity approach, which includes taking a diversity rather than disability perspective.


EPSRC funded EDI resource pack

Other resources


LinkedIn Learning courses

Other resources

  • 7 Strategies for Better Male Allyship to Women in the Workplace (published in Training Industry). Seven actionable gender ally strategies to help men show up interpersonally as a better colleague and friend to women while also committing themselves to be a public ally, willing to put some skin in the game and advocate for systemic change.


  • The EPSRC funded project Northern Power Inclusion Matters was initiated to help shape an actively inclusive culture in the Engineering and Physical Sciences (EPS) community in the North of England, to support, drive and sustain greater equality for all, including people of different genders, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and disabilities. They have produced a platform of resources specific. When you log in to the Northern Power Inclusion Matters platform, log in as a guest to access the resources.
  • Pearn Kandola have a fabulous range of webinars covering topics such as Race and Racism, LGBT+, Discrimination and Exclusion, Mental Health and Wellbeing, and Gender Stereotyping and Micro-incivilities. To access these you simply have to register by entering your work information; name, company, job title and email.