The School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics engages with the Equality Challenge Unit's Athena SWAN Charter, which promotes gender equality in representation, career progression and the work environment. We currently hold two Athena SWAN bronze awards (awarded in 2016), demonstrating our commitment to implementing SWAN principles and improving the gender culture of our School. Our action plan is far-reaching and involves initiatives to maintain areas of good practice and bring improvements from undergraduate to professorial level, and for support/professional staff.
For information on the SWAN process and application, or our action points and future plans, please contact our current SWAN Champion Lead, Dr Elaine Farrell firstname.lastname@example.org
Athena SWAN Committee
School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics
SAT (Self Assessment Team)
Dr Elaine Farrell, Dr Joe Morrison with Rebecca Kerr (PhD Represententative)
The School of History and Anthropology and the School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy applied to the Athena SWAN committee and were both awarded Bronze Awards.
Dr Evi Chatzipanagiotidou and Dr Elaine Farrell from the School of History and Anthropology and Prof Yvonne Galligan and Dr Margaret O'Callaghan from the School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy receiving their Athena SWAN Bronze awards at the Awards Day in Liverpool.
Dr Evi Chatzipanagiotidou and Dr Elaine Farrell
School of History and Anthropology
Prof Yvonne Galligan and Dr Margaret O'Callaghan
School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy.
A number of activities are organised by or funded by the SWAN Committee every year. This includes training, workshops, conferences, and networking events.
The Self Assessment Team (SAT) hold several events throughout the academic year. During the Academic year a night out and 2 coffee mornings were organised.
The SWAN SAT Committee funded a training session for HAPP Professional staff, conducted by Aware NI.
Dr Amalia Campos Delgado
winner of the HAPP SWAN postdoctoral travel award
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY CONFERENCE, March 2018, with keynote speaker Dr Liudmyla Sharipova
Karie Schultz, Lauren Browne, and Claire McNulty with
keynote speaker Dr Liudmyla Sharipova, Claire McNulty
Academic Women's Dinner
One of our regular SWAN Coffee Mornings for MA and PhD students
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