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How to embed inclusive recruitment practices in a higher education setting

All universities claim to be inclusive, the term used liberally throughout marketing, job advertisements and policies, referenced in validation documents and foregrounded in funding applications. Yet too often the practice of inclusion is an add-on, an appendage coming from human resources principles, a sidelining that perpetuates under-representation both internally and within collaborations with communities.

Bucks New University (BNU) Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Damien Page, shares how BNU’s inclusive recruitment practices can help to create a more diverse workforce which is fit to meet both the needs of our student demographic and as a civic institution supporting our local communities.

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