Eleanor Glanville Institute


Strategic Leadership in Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

About the Institute


Establishing the Evidence Base

Our interdisciplinary research challenges social exclusion and inequality in contemporary society, and builds an evidence base for transformative change
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Champions of Change

An evidence-based approach to transformational change – enabling inclusive cultures and environments and establishing an inclusive university 
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Latest News

3 Pride Posters featuring images and the words ID Yourself, and I Feel Weird
05 Feb  | Cultural Calendar  | LGBT+ Equality

Exhibition of PRIDE community art project

The University ran a community art project at Lincoln Pride in 2023, inviting members of the public to express what pride means to them. These artworks will be exhibited throughout the month and beyond to generate conversations about the importance of PRIDE.

LGBTQIA+ Flag being waved
25 Jan  | Celebration month | Lincoln News

LGBT+ History Month

February is LGBT+ History Month. The 2024 theme celebrates LGBT+ peoples’ contribution to the field of Medicine and Healthcare both historically and today. As well as celebrating at the University of Lincoln, with our programme of events including workshops, talks and an exhibition, Lincoln staff and students are also invited to join the Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust events.

Transgender people. Support transgender community.  Human rights. transgender person.
12 Nov  | LGBT+ Equality | Diversity & Inclusion | Gender Equality

Trans Awareness Week 2023

Each year between November 13–19, we participate in Transgender Awareness Week. This is a week when transgender people and their allies take action to bring attention to the trans community by educating the public about who transgender people are, sharing stories and experiences, and advancing advocacy around issues of prejudice, discrimination, and violence that affect the transgender community

Two Black women sat together smiling
10 Nov  | News | Diversity & Inclusion | Race equality

The Black Leadership Empowerment Programme (BLEP)

Here's a new course recently launched by the Open University. The Black Leadership Empowerment Programme (BLEP) is a digitally badged, OpenLearn course, that is free to attend, and aimed at developing skills to empower yourself as a leader. Guided by the 'Five Ps' model of leadership (Person, Process, Position, Product and Purpose), the course explores the challenges and possibilities of Black leadership

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Our Courses

Understanding the attitudes and behaviours that underpin our culture and define the environments within which we live and work, can help us reduce the inequalities that are so prevalent in societies and communities across the world.

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helping you to make a difference

helping you to make a difference

Our Consultancy: LEIA

The Lincoln Equality & Inclusion Advisory will work with you to develop bespoke strategies that address your diversity and inclusion challenges, and build sustainable inclusive environments

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