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Getting Involved

Everyone at Metanoia Institute has a responsibility and obligation to work in a way that helps to create an inclusive and welcoming environment.

The basic responsibilities for each group, e.g. Executive Committee, Programme Leaders, Tutors, Academic Co-ordinators and Students, are clearly laid out in the Metanoia Institute’s equality and diversity policy. In addition to ensuring that you meet these requirements there are a number of other ways that you can get involved. For further details on any of the areas mentioned below, please contact the Chair of the Equality and Diversity Committee at heather.fowlie@metanoia.ac.uk.

EVENTS - You can visit our events page to see upcoming events and come along and support them and if you have more time and energy you can get involved in helping to organise them.

NEWS – If you have any relevant equality and diversity news that you would like the committee to consider publicising through the equality and diversity newsletters or on the noticeboard please be in touch with the chair of the Equality and Diversity committee.

JOIN A NETWORK

Why not join one of our equality networks, attend a network event or agree to co-ordinate one. See the page entitled “Student Networks” for more details on these.

POLICY REVIEW – If you think that we could improve our equality and diversity policies or strategies then please contact the chair of the Equality and Diversity Committee and get involved in our policy review team.

JOIN THE COMMITTEE - If you want to be more involved why not consider joining the Equality and Diversity Committee. The committee meets three times a year, although there are small working parties which meet more often, particularly when planning an event.