Monitoring and reporting
Study these ideas on implementing effective strategies to support and improve equality and diversity, supported by quantitative and qualitative evidence.
An example from Scottish Funding Council
The Scottish funding organization supports local higher education institutions and enables them to provide education, research and innovation opportunities for a widening student population. By asking institutions to demonstrate their commitment regarding equality outcomes and mainstreaming the Council sets an example of their priorities in investing in accessible education.
Read more about the Council’s Equality and Diversity priorities.
An example from University of Southampton
The British University of Southampton provides an example of implementing effective strategies to support and improve equality and diversity by monitoring their equality plan implementation.
Monitoring is an essential part of the evidence gathering process, which is managed through quarterly Equality Diversity and Inclusion Committee meetings and culminates in the publication of an Annual Diversity Report, reflecting on the progress for the past year.
- Example of UoS’s Equality and Diversity management monitoring and reporting.
- Example of UoS’s Report on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion progress and objectives.