Durham University seeks to provide a respectful and inclusive environment where all staff and students can thrive.
At Durham, our people are our most important asset. We believe that our success is tied to being able to attract, retain and develop outstanding staff and students from all backgrounds and identities. We are committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment where our people feel supported and valued, enabling them to not only succeed, but thrive.
We strongly believe that people are happier, enjoy their work more and perform better in a place where:
Making Durham a truly inclusive place requires ongoing commitment from all members of our University community.
Our team works with all Departments across the University to embed equality and diversity in everything we do, as we work towards our goal of making Durham a welcoming and inclusive place for everyone.
Black History Month
Durham University is celebrating Black History Month (BHM) with the rest of UK this October. It is a great opportunity to recognise the incredible achievements of our African and African Caribbean communities, including the rich heritage that they bring to our society. Please visit the BHM Events page to view our programme of activities. To learn more about the origins of BHM in the UK and its significance, please visit this page.
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