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Religion and belief: supporting inclusion of staff and students in higher education and colleges

Advance HE has issued new guidance to higher education institutions across the UK, and Colleges in Scotland, on how to support the inclusion of staff and students of different faiths and beliefs including those with no religious beliefs.

Inclusive environments can contribute to the recruitment, wellbeing and progression of a diverse body of staff and students. This guidance provides practical recommendations for institutions, developed following consultation with organisations and individuals representing a range of different religions and non-religious groups.

Religion and belief: Full report
20/09/2018
Religion and belief: Full report View Document
Religion and belief: Executive Summary
20/09/2018
Religion and belief: Executive Summary View Document
Religion and belief: Sections 1 and 2: Law, policy, and monitoring
20/09/2018
Religion and belief: Sections 1 and 2: Law, policy, and monitoring View Document
Religion and belief: Section 3: Student inclusion: access, experience and learning
20/09/2018
Religion and belief: Section 3: Student inclusion: access, experience and learning View Document
Religion and belief: Section 4: Staff inclusion: recruitment, progression and experience
20/09/2018
Religion and belief: Section 4: Staff inclusion: recruitment, progression and experience View Document
Religion and belief: Section 5: Inclusive environments and facilities
20/09/2018
Religion and belief: Section 5: Inclusive environments and facilities View Document
Religion and belief: Section 6: Good relations, productive dialogue and managing tensions
20/09/2018
Religion and belief: Section 6: Good relations, productive dialogue and managing tensions View Document
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