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Work and Learning Network: Network News: June 2021



UALL Work and Learning Network: Network News: June 2021


Welcome to the June special edition of the newsletter.


Editorial


This month we focus on the issue of EDI and in particular the ways in which it relates to work and learning practice. We are formally inviting all of our readers to attend our virtual colloquium, which is taking place on the 30th of June 2021.


Spotlight


Dr Jenny Rodriguez


This month we are spotlighting Jenny Rodriguez as a strident new light in work and learning and its potential towards equality.


Jenny Rodriguez is Senior Lecturer in Employment Studies at the Human Resource Management, Employment Studies & Law Subject Area Group at Alliance Manchester Business School. Prior to joining Manchester, she worked at the Dept of HRM at the University of Strathclyde Business School and at Newcastle University Business School. Dr Rodriguez's research focuses on intersectional inequality in work and organisations, and the interplay between identity, work and regulation. She is particularly interested in the transnational experiences of skilled migrant women.


Article links:





UALL Work & Learning Network /Middlesex University Work and Learning Research Centre Colloquium


Equality Diversity and Inclusion: championing work and learning that empowers and sustains change


Come and join us!

Event date: 30th June 2021

Location: Online/Zoom (this will be sent to delegates).

Cost: Free


To sign up and information about the colloquium click here:


EDI LINKS and RESOURCES


AdvanceHE


AdvanceHE Athena Swan Charter



“The Athena Swan Charter is a framework which is used across the globe to support and transform gender equality within higher education (HE) and research. Established in 2005 to encourage and recognise commitment to advancing the careers of women in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) employment, the Charter is now being used across the globe to address gender equality more broadly, and not just barriers to progression that affect women. Advance HE members can apply for institutional and departmental Athena Swan awards recognising their gender equality efforts."




UniversitiesUK

This source has other links that have related themes to fair admission, racial issues with h.e. and widening opportunity.


British Council


Opinion Pieces Decolonizing the curriculum

Author: Elizabeth Charles


University websites as a good way to learn about EDI – here are a few links:


University of Greenwich


UCL


Lancaster


University of Nottingham Sphere conference


University of Edinburgh

University of Sheffield


Research


Simone Buitendijk (Imperial College London)

Stephen Curry (Imperial College London) (2019)

Equality, diversity and inclusion at universities: the power of a systemic approach


Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Emerald Publishing

ISSN: 2040-7149


APA American Psychological Association


Sutton Trust (2020)


CIPD


ESRC Employment key to social mobility


Learning ladders - Gov.uk


Reviewing your own University expertise… here are a few sources from MDX


Saini, R. (2020, August 11). From management meetings to meaningful change: risks of institutional capture in the decolonisation of UK higher education and recommendations for delivering structural change. LSE Impact Blog. Available from: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2020/08/11/from-management-meetings-to-meaningful-change-risks-of-institutional-capture-in-the-decolonisation-of-uk-higher-education-and-recommendations-for-delivering-structural-change/


Centre for Education Research


Moving Up


Equality and Diversity


Driving the Future of Work through Work-Based Learning in a World of Constant Change by Nazrene Mannie


Finally:


Thank you for reading. We look forward to seeing some of you in June and will be planning future events for the Autumn 2021.



UALL Work and Learning Network

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