UKRI Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy Consultation Submission - from the Cottonopolis Collective

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Response to the UKRI Consultation ‘Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy’. Submitted by Dr Alison Browne on behalf of the University of Manchester Cottonopolis Collective (AHRC-NERC Hidden Histories of Environmental Science funded project ‘Cottonopolis’)

Date of Discussion Meeting: 9th March 2022

Co-Signatories of the Drafted Submission on behalf of the AHRC-NERC ‘Hidden Histories of Environmental Science’ funded ‘Cottonopolis’: The Cottonopolis Collective colleagues that contributed to this response include: Dr Ali Browne, Senior Lecturer, Human Geography. Dr Abi Stone, Senior Lecturer, Physical Geography; Dr Aurora Fredriksen, Lecturer, Human Geography; Dr Laura Richards, Dame Katherine Ollerenshaw Fellow; Prof. David Polya, Prof. of Environmental Geochemistry; Dongyang Mi, Research Associate/PhD Student, Human Geography; Prof. Christopher Jackson, Prof. of Sustainable Geosciences; Dr Gareth Clay, Reader in Physical Geography; Dr Jenna Ashton, Lecturer, Heritage Studies; Dr Polyanna de Conceicao Bispo.

Expertise: The areas of expertise that the signatories of this submission to the consultation relates to multi-disciplinary colleagues from Faculty of Humanities, and Science and Engineering, from across the career spectrum (PhD, Research Fellow, Lecturer, Senior Lecturer to Professor). All co-signatories have an active research interest within the areas of environmental science that cut across the remits of ESRC, BBSRC, NERC, EPSRC, AHRC and Innovate UK. This has been submitted as a joint statement as part of the AHRC-NERC Funded 'Cottonopolis' project collective - 'Cottonopolis Collective', University of Manchester of which all contributors are a part.
Period28 Mar 2022
Degree of RecognitionNational

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  • Global inequalities