The central Staff Networks at Queen's have been established to celebrate the diversity of our staff and to increase and promote the University as a welcoming place to work. The networks provide an opportunity for colleagues to meet in a friendly, informal way to liaise, discuss ideas and support each other from day to day.
PRISM is the University's LGBT+ Staff Network.
Launched in November 2018, the purpose of PRISM is to provide a safe, welcoming space for LGBT+ staff in Queen's to regularly meet during work hours, to discuss LGBT+ issues, work matters and to plan social events both on and off campus.Find out more
iRise is the University's Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic (BAME) and International Staff Network.
Established in June 2019, iRise promotes the University as a welcoming place to work for BAME and International staff and represents the interests of BAME and International staff to the University.Find out more
Technicians Make It Happen.
Queen’s University Belfast is a founding signatory of the National Technician Commitment, a national initiative which aims to ensure visibility, recognition, career development and sustainability for technicians across all disciplines working in higher education and research.Find out more
The Carers’ Network for Queen's staff was established in 2020 to bring staff together in a welcoming space to support each other, share experiences and information and feedback to the University on relevant matters.
If you would like further information or wish to join the Carers’ Network, please contact email@example.com.
The Staff Disability Support Network was established in 2020 as an opportunity to improve the experience of disabled staff through peer support and shared experiences, to raise awareness and feedback to the University on relevant matters.
If you would like further information or wish to join the Staff Disability Support Network, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.