Churchill College is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. While members of our community are drawn from many nationalities we recognise that in terms of ethnic origin our student body, Fellowship and non-academic staff are not as diverse as we would wish.
The College is actively seeking to address under-representation through widening participation activity and a review of staff recruitment practices. We are increasing our provision of staff training and have introduced new ways for all sections of the community to make their voice heard on diversity issues through an anonymous feedback facility.
The University of Cambridge has a Race Equality Network, a community for staff members who self-identify as being from a racial minority ethnic background and/or who have an interested in the topic of race and would like to contribute to anti-racism initiatives at the University.