OxHRH Honoured at the Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity Awards

by | May 9, 2018

Last night, the Oxford Human Rights Hub was highly commended at the Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity Awards for our work promoting equality and diversity in teaching and learning about human rights. This is the inaugural year of the awards, which celebrate the exceptional work being undertaken at the University in promoting equality and diversity in the workplace, the university community, and beyond. Nominations came from all divisions of the university and from faculty and students.

It was an honour to be shortlisted for the Diversity Award in Teaching and Learning, along with other wonderful and inspiring finalists in this and other categories. Together we are all working to put diversity, inclusivity, and equality at the heart of the university and society at large.

Congratulations to our fellow finalists and winners, and thank you to the spectacular OxHRH team!

 

 

 

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