We are a network of academic and professional services colleagues from the universities of Amsterdam (NL) and Birmingham (UK). We are working collaboratively to share research and best practice to embed EDI across institutional policy and governance, research, and education.
Areas of Focus
The Student Experience
Students are at the heart of the higher education sector. What challenges do our students face when it comes to EDI, and how can we, as researchers and professionals, help to meet these?
Policy and Implementation
Embedding Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in everyday practice remains a central challenge for organisations. How can we embed the latest EDI research into our institutions?
Located as we are in highly diverse cities, how can we harness our experience through research and best practice to support the civic EDI agenda?
- Teaching Innovations for Inclusive Education: Comenius Carrousel Workshop ReflectionsBy: dr. Mieke T.A. Lopes Cardozo (UvA), Roxana Dumitrescu and Gabriela Zuntova (students in International Development Studies, UvA What motivates you to work on inclusive higher education? – this was one of the questions that started and guided the active dialogue within the Comenius Carousel workshop on Teaching Innovations for Inclusive Education. The workshop wasContinue reading “Teaching Innovations for Inclusive Education: Comenius Carrousel Workshop Reflections”
- 2021 European Action Week against RacismThe European Action Week against Racism takes place from 15-19 March. The UvA Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) team, in cooperation with the SeSi Community Center of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA), Pakhuis de Zwijger and Comité 21 maart are presenting a rich programme of events during this week, including the ones for whichContinue reading “2021 European Action Week against Racism”
- Virtual EDI FestivalJoin us for a virtual EDI Festival, jointly organised with UoB’s EDI Ambassador’s and UvA’s Exchange Ambassadors. The EDI Festival is a month-long celebration starting on 3 February 2021, bringing students and staff together to embrace the diversity of our community and ignite broader conversations about how we can foster a more inclusive student community.