Inclusive Learning and Working Climate
Research into interculturally communicating, in-company and externally provided training courses in the field of intercultural competences, and attention for students and employees with disabilities are ways to ensure that everyone feels safe and appreciated at the university.
If you want the university to provide an inclusive learning environment, you also have to help lecturers to realise that.
SIG Intercultural Competences
The Special Interest Group focuses on the improvement of the professionalisation of lecturers, and involves the development of intercultural competences of students and other employees in this.
The Netherlands Inclusiveness Monitor
In this collaboration project of Utrecht University and the Netherlands Inclusiveness Monitor Foundation, researchers and integration advisors develop instruments with which employers can measure the diversity and inclusion of their organisations.
By sharing stories the Inclusion correspondents highlight that having a disability does not have to be a problem in the workplace.
Research group Organisational behaviour
The research group Organisational behaviour focuses on two themes in which fundamental scientific research is directly linked to applications and interventions in the field: Diversity & Inclusion, and Integrity & Ethical behavior.
Developing an Inclusive Curriculum and Learning Environment
In the project “Developing an Inclusive Curriculum and Learning Environment”, education experts search for suitable resources to guarantee that feeling of home in education.
Developing Intercultural Competences
In the course, lecturers in higher education learn skills, knowledge, and attitudes that are needed in a heterogeneous and diverse class.
Toolbox Diversity in Education
The Toolbox offers tools to integrate diversity in an innovative and concrete manner into educational practices.