Strategy

Placing equity and inclusion at the heart of your strategy sends a strong message of commitment. Setting clear strategic priorities for overcoming structural inequalities provides the guideposts for cultivating awareness and positive change across all areas of your organisation and levels of decision making. It also sets the bar for your institution’s accountability, both internally and externally.

Objectives

  • Equity, diversity and inclusion are prominent in all of our strategic documents.
  • We articulate key actions to help us achieve these aims.
  • We review our policies and procedures and actively measure our progression against equity, diversity and inclusion goals.

Direct Actions in Strategy

STRATEGY: Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Indicators in your organisation

CHECK THE BOXES THAT APPLY TO YOUR CURRENT PRACTICES

Structure and governance

LOT'S TO DO!

Programme planning and content

LOT'S TO DO!

External stakeholders

LOT'S TO DO!
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STRATEGY RESOURCES

EN Step 3: In depth

Strategies for including communication of non-Western and indigenous knowledges in science communication histories

Lindy Orthia

This research article points the importance of making space for non Western and indigenous voices in the science communication history.
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EN Step 1: Getting Started

The ASDC Inclusion Wheel

ASDC

Providing an accessible tool to guide strategic discussion for all science centre practitioners to enable organisation-wide reflection- a powerful tool for change.

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EN Step 2: Next Step

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Action plan

British Science Association.

Overview of the BSA's research, priorities and actions.
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Equity Framework

Science Museum Group.

A resource outlining the group’s core principles and approach to Equity and Inclusion.
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EN Strategy

How evaluation perpetuates inequity (and how to stop it)

Katie Donnelly

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