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NDORMS is supporting Anti-Bullying week

Anti-Bullying Week 2017

Events for Anti-Bullying Week

13 – 17 November 2017 marks Anti-Bullying week and the university is hosting a range of talks and workshops throughout the week. All are welcome, please do come along. 


WORKSHOP: RESPONSIBLE BYSTANDER

Delivered by Caroline Kennedy, University of Oxford

Date: 13 November
Time: 14:00 
Location: John Radcliffe Hospital, Seminar Room A, RDM Level 6, West Wing, John Radcliffe Hospital


Workshop: Responsible Bystander

In this short workshop we aim to explore your options as a bystander to bullying and harassment, what you can do in the moment and/or after the event.

Date: 14 November
Time: 13:00 – 14:30
Location: JSR Seminar Room, Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory

 

Jill Scott : Promoting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion by Addressing Workplace Bullying

Jill Scott is a specialist in Unconscious Bias, Diversity and Inclusion, Smart Working and Addressing Workplace Bullying and Harassment.

Date: 15 November
Time: 13:00 – 14:30
Venue: JSR Seminar Room, Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory

 

Dr Olajumoke Okoya: Equity is not about Pie

Dr Olajumoke Okoya an experienced lecturer and trainer with more than 10 years’ experience of teaching both at undergraduate and post graduate level with several UK higher education institutions. She has got extensive capability in providing teaching and training services in Human Resources Management, Learning and Development, Business Information systems, Personal Development planning, Continuous Professional Development and E-Learning.

Date: 16 November
Time: 13:00 – 14:30
Venue: JSR Seminar Room, Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory

 

David Ruebain: Disability – Invisible and Visible

David Ruebain is Chief Executive of the Equality Challenge Unit, a policy and research agency funded to advance equality & diversity in universities in the UK and colleges in Scotland and England.

Date: 17 November
Time: 13:00 – 14:30
Venue: Inorganic Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Inorganic Chemistry

 

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