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See below links to University networks, groups and useful resources. If there are other resources that you would like us to signpost us to, let us know by emailing

Resources and information

FOR STAFF AND STUDENTS: Guidance on Harassment - link to the Harassment Advisor Network and more information.

Guidance on being a responsible bystander. 

FOR STUDENTS: Peers of Colour - an initiative run by Student Welfare and Support. Click the link to find out more.

FOR STUDENTS: Counselling and Mental Health - run by Student Welfare and Support. Click the link to find out more. 

The University's Race Equality Task Force - find out more and how you could get involved.

Oxford and Colonialism - this website brings together a wide range of initiatives across the collegiate University engaging with its colonial past and its ongoing manifestations.

The reading list of Black Lives Matter and anti-racist resources created in liaison with the Bodleian Libraries, College Libraries and JCR Welfare reps. This is an evolving list of resources with titles being added regularly. You can choose to filter the list by titles available online or by titles available in print. 

Resources in the Bodleian Libraries - colleagues in the Bodleian have been collating a collection of resources titled “Changing the narrative: championing inclusive collection development”. Here you can find a whole host of resources relating to different ED&I areas which are available to staff and students.

Oxford achievers award success - three of our inspirational students have taken the top places in this year’s national Rare Rising Stars awards, after being selected from a shortlist of high achievers.