Are you organising an event and need to make a code of conduct to enable inclusion and ensure accountability? Please read and download our Event Code of Conduct, it is adapted from:

Geek Feminism and Building the Anti-Racist Classroom

You may also want to check out and download our Guidance for Speakers that we use at our events.

General Literature:


More universities gain gender equity accreditation

Tackling Inequality through Gender Budgeting


Exploring the workplace for LGBT+ physical scientists


The white elephant in the room: ideas for reducing racial inequalities in higher education

The Broken Pipeline – Barriers to Black PhD Students Accessing Research Council Funding

Glasgow University’s ‘bold’ move to pay back slave trade profits

Scotland ‘decades behind in attitudes to race’ warns national poet

Please, don’t call me BAME or BME!

UK universities condemned for failure to tackle racism

A graduate student of colour’s navigation through the ivory tower

Top university split in row over erasing ‘racist’ science pioneers from the campus

Racism in UK universities is blocking BAME academics from the top

Tackling racial harassment: universities challenged


Ghent University is changing course with a new career model for professorial staff

Europe’s top universities mull unconscious bias training for staff

“Excellence R Us”: university research and the fetishisation of excellence

Unsustainable Growth, Hyper-Competition, and Worth in Life Science Research

Making an impact with diversity and inclusion

Decolonizing your syllabus? You might have missed some steps

Making invisible work in STEM more visible

Education secretary rebukes universities for failing on equality

Why we need to keep talking about equality in physics