SEPnet is committed to equality and diversity in all aspects of its work. We support SEPnet partners to adopt, and to share across the network, best practice in equality. The aim of this work is to address the under-representation of women and other groups of society in physics, and to evidence this by attaining higher levels of recognition in the Institute of Physics’ Project Juno and the Athena SWAN award recognition scheme. This commitment to diversity will enhance the research and teaching environment, and thus ensure that physics can draw on the full range of talent including currently under-represented groups.
Amongst the resources that SEPnet has contributed to or made extensive use of are:
SEPnet Equality & Diversity Champions Network – a closed group on Linked-In