We have put together the following list of resources in relation to EDI topics, with staff and students at Stirling in mind. We are not responsible for the content of external sites. Some of the below topics may be distressing.
Broadly, these resources concern supporting gender-related topics such as gender diversity and identity.
These resources relate to gender-based and sexual violence.
These resources link to support for those affected by racism as well as anti-racism initiatives.
These resources generally relate to enhancing the inclusion of disabled students and staff. There is some overlap with the other resources on mental health and neurodiversity below so please check these all out.
These resources are about supporting those with mental health difficulties and promoting positive mental wellbeing for students and staff.
‘Neurodiversity’ refers to the diverse and variable ways in which we think, learn and behave – neurodivergent individuals are those who think differently to the predominant way of thinking. Neurodivergent individuals includes those who with a diagnosis of or identifying with dyslexia, autism, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, Tourette’s, stuttering, ADHD, OCD, etc.
These resources are for supporting international students and staff at the university of Stirling:
These resources relate to financial support available to students through the University of Stirling.
These resources relate to EDI issues that permeate within research and academia.
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