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This session is for staff in HR related roles and will provide an overview of different types of Academic Leave and how and in what circumstances they should be applied.

Dr Yael Navaro, Reader in Social Anthrolopogy, and Hawa Sydique, Research and Communications Manager at the Cambridge Conservation Research Institute, will talk about their career experience and trajectory, the challenges faced and strategies for dealing with them.

It will be an opportunity to discuss ideas that might help others in similar situations, and talk about ways of addressing institutional obstacles.

Venue: Milstein Room, University Library

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Tue 3 Dec 2019 12:00 POSTPONED
Equality & Diversity Essentials Self-taught Bookable
  • This module introduces Equality & Diversity at the University
Equality Impact Assessment (EIA) new Mon 10 Feb 2020   10:00 [Places]

Equality Impact Assessments: Embedding Equality, Diversity and Inclusion The Equality Impact Assessment (EIA) is the University’s mechanism for undertaking equality analysis of new, or changes to existing, policies, functions or practice. This helps us to understand the actual, or potential, impact of policies, functions or practice when assessed against the nine protected characteristics. This session will explain:

  • what the process is
  • what policies and functions should undergo an EIA
  • who is responsible for undertaking EIAs

Examples will be given examples of situations where EIAs have been used.

INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES LECTURE

Hidden Disabilities: Understanding the impact on staff, and how managers can help

Join Dr Hisham Ziauddeen, Department of Psychiatry and University Disability and Wellbeing Champion, for a talk aiming to increase understanding and awareness of invisible disabilities. Attendees will learn about the impact on the mental health of those living with these conditions, and the importance of making reasonable adjustments.

Managing Stress in Times of Uncertainty new Wed 27 Nov 2019   14:00   [More dates...] [Places]

Stress and its partner anxiety are part of life for us all. In fact, without them, we would not achieve nearly as much as we do. However, too much stress can become problematic. In these times of uncertainty, it is more important than ever to prioritise our mental health, to recognise when we and others are struggling, and to find strategies to help us manage its impact. This talk will put stress and anxiety in context and offer ways in which to think about and manage their effect on us both physiologically and mentally.

Presenter: Ashley Meggitt MSc Ashley is an associate lecturer and research psychologist working at Anglia Ruskin University. He holds a master's degree in psychology and is studying for his PhD. He spent 25 years of his first career working within the Cambridge University and College environment and is well versed with many of the challenges this brings. He has also spent the last 5 years volunteering for a mental health charity.

Please note: Parking is not available on site. U-Bus stops in front.

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Wed 11 Dec 2019 14:00 [Full]
Menopause Café - Judge Business School new Tue 10 Dec 2019   11:00   [More dates...] [Places]

Menopause Cafés exist to increase awareness of the impact of the menopause on those experiencing it, their friends, colleagues, and families.

Anybody interested in sharing stories, experiences, and questions about menopause is welcome!

Will be held in the Judge Business School Café on the second floor.

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Wed 11 Dec 2019 11:00 [Places]
Thu 12 Dec 2019 10:30 [Places]
New Online Career Development Tool new Thu 5 Dec 2019   10:00 [Places]

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Race Awareness Training new Fri 29 Nov 2019   12:30 [Places]

This will be an interactive workshop for those who would like to increase their understanding of race and racism.

The aim of the session is not only to enhance participants' confidence in speaking about race but also to provide them with tools to reflect on their role in the circulation of racism, and to build their capacity to challenge racism.

VENUE: Ede Room, Kettle's Yard - Castle Street

Understanding Unconscious Bias Self-taught Bookable
  • This module introduces Unconscious Bias and the impact it can have