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Equality, diversity and inclusion

Equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) is at the heart of everything Leeds Trinity University does. Find out about Library resources and support in this key area. 

Resources to support EDI

  • EDI Resource Bank is a digital archive containing examples of initiatives, resources and reports designed to support work towards equality, diversity and inclusion. It is moderated by the University of Nottingham.  
  • Proquest’s Diversity Collection provides a global view of some of the biggest topics in diversity, equity, and inclusion. It focuses on ethnic, minority, and native presses, grassroots newspapers and magazines, and journals, news and newsletters focusing on gender and sexuality. The collection aims to bring out dissenting and minority voices to support research and teaching in women’s studies, lgbtq studies, ethnic studies, and more. 

Reading lists and equality, diversity and inclusion

Find out what we and other Universities are doing to make reading lists more diverse, and why. 

Race and decoloniality

Leeds Trinity Library staff have created the following collections of books and ebooks: 

Gender and sexuality

Explore the following resources to find out more about issues around gender and sexuality: 

You might like to explore the following collections of books and ebooks put together by LTU Library staff: 

Disability, accessibility and wellbeing

Find out more about the Library’s accessibility and wellbeing support facilities and services. 

  • The Disability Archive is curated by the University of Leeds, and aims to provide disabled people, students and scholars with an interest in this and related fields, access to the writings of those disability activists, writers and allies whose work may no longer be easily accessible in the public domain. 
  • A History of Disability: from 1050 to the Present Day is a collection of resources from Historic England.  

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