Race, Diversity and Access
In its statement of 9 June 2020 in response to Black Lives Matters, the Governing Body committed to setting up a working group, to include students and staff from across the College, tasked with working to put forward concrete and meaningful proposals to the Governing Body. Here is a summary of its meetings so far.
- Race, Diversity and Access Working Group summary, November 2020
- Race, Diversity and Access Working Group note of meeting, 8 September 2020
- Summary note of Working Group meeting, 1 July 2020
- Race, Diversity and Access Working Group: Hilary Term Update
Brittenden Fellowship in Black British History
The Queen’s College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Meleisa Ono-George as its first Brittenden Fellow in History, with an Associate Professorship in Oxford’s History Faculty, starting in October 2021. For the newly established Brittenden Fellowship in History, the College and Faculty had agreed that the post would be in Black British History, for an historian with knowledge of the culture, society, or politics of people of African and/or Caribbean descent in Britain. Dr Ono-George is a social-cultural historian of race and gender, with a focus on Black women’s histories in Britain and the Anglo-Caribbean.
The Queen’s College Harassment Code of Practice (May 2020)
The Queen's College Prevention of Sexual Harassment Code of Practice (May 2020)
The Queen’s College Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults (May 2020)
The Queen's College Recruitment and Selection Code of Practice (May 2020)
The Queen's College Harassment Policy flowchart (January 2020)
Sexual assault advice (January 2020)