By transforming policies and practices, the university seeks to create an invisible curriculum that can improve social-emotional development of all students, and prepare them to live and work in an increasingly diverse world.
The REACH project aims to investigate how learning and teaching embraces intersectionality strategies to address equality and diversity issues at the University of Wolverhampton.
In the first steps of the project they are keen to hear from our students about what intersectionality mean to them and how they experience it on the University campus.
The survey is 4 really short questions.
Take the survey here: https://survs.com/survey/r6zoyyxqsq