Student-led resources which bring together student’s work and communicate key messages to the university community.
Supporting the university’s transition programme to prepare prospective and returning students for the academic year ahead and ensure that all students get the most out of their time at Middlesex.
Just how multicultural, multi-faith and multi-national is MDX? How can you benefit from studying in such a diverse environment?
What exactly do we mean by building inclusion? What is your role in building an inclusive environment? What can you do to drive forward culture change?
What do I do if I experience or witness any form of hate, discrimination, bullying or harassment? How can I keep safe online?
Students work collated into various campaign multi-media books which raise awareness of key calendar events and promote equality, diversity and inclusion.
Campaign book produced to support HE sector guidance.
It's a day when we're simply trying to redress the balance.
Celebrating LGBT history and standing up to hate.
Explore our collection of multi-media presentations to gain an understanding of key concepts and themes on how racism operates and what we can do about it.
Work through this presentation to understand what is meant by 'white privilege' and the ways in which it operates on a daily basis.
In this timely discussion about race and racism, you'll learn about how whiteness structures and impacts on all our lives.
Find out more about 'white supremacy' and how it infiltrates major systems and institutions culmination in a racist legacy.
'White fragility' helps explain why it can be so difficult for white people to interrogate and understand racism. Check out this short presentation to learn more.
Watch this presentation to learn about every day, often unnoticed and unnamed forms of discrimination.
Check out this campaign book put together from students' work to celebrate Black History Month.
Educate yourself and others about sexual violence and what you can do to help change the culture and prevent incidents from occurring in the future.
Learn about consent and how nothing less than an active, enthusiastic and freely-given "yes" will do.
Read this short presentation to find out how you can respond to a disclosure of sexual violence in a supportive and helpful way.
Watch this short film to learn about the CARE model of being an active bystander and helping to prevent sexual violence.
Gain access to this free online course on supporting victims of domestic violence.
Upskirting, revenge porn and fake porn - find out how to keep yourself safe.
Our Violence Against Women Research Network has lots of useful resources with webinars on a range of topics.
Explore this online exhibition of students' work which puts their voice centre stage in driving forward culture change.
Collating students' work which addresses sexual violence and the normalisation of misogynistic attitudes.
This presentation debunks rape myths, helping you to better understand the reality of sexual assault.
Students’ work was used to create a campaigns calendar which was handed out to every student during Welcome 2019/20, as well as posters and postcards promoting a monthly campaign.