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Year of entry: 2021
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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: Your Role in Shaping a Fairer World
|Unit level||Level 2|
|Teaching period(s)||Semester 2|
|Offered by||School of Medical Sciences|
|Available as a free choice unit?||No|
This unit invites you to consider the concepts of privilege, dominance and power, and raise self-awareness to enhance your inclusive leadership potential. The unit explores Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in a range of contexts including the workplace, research and innovation, education and health and social care. It begins with a historical overview of social reform and legal frameworks around EDI and ends by providing you with the tools and frameworks to begin looking at your own role in driving EDI as inclusive future leaders. It is a unit that has been requested by the student body and draws on university-wide and external interdisciplinary expertise.
The unit aims to equip you with Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) based knowledge, skills and attributes, which are fundamental to employability and effective working within our global and interconnected world. It will empower you to take personal responsibility for promoting inclusive approaches to study and work, both here at Manchester and in your future lives and careers.
On successful completion of the unit you will be able to:
- Define the key interlinked concepts, theories, policy and regulatory frameworks that underpin EDI
- Recognise different cultural and personal perspectives
- Analyse EDI issues in different organisations, sectors and societies
- Evaluate and discuss the causes of inequalities and drivers for diversity and inclusion
- Critically evaluate theoretical arguments and real life EDI case studies
- Identify barriers and enablers to equality, diversity and inclusion
- Analyse your own values, beliefs and codes of behaviour that may lead to bias and discrimination
This unit will be delivered online via Blackboard. There will be student support through discussion forums and virtual 'drop-in' sessions. Modules will adopt a highly interactive approach including quizzes, videos and case studies and will draw on current policy, best practice examples and the research evidence base, allowing you to evaluate diverse perspectives and hear from leading researchers and practitioners in the field.
|Written assignment (inc essay)||20%|
|Independent study hours|