Social responsibility describes the way that our School is making a difference to the social and environmental wellbeing of communities on campus, in Manchester, and around the world.
Social responsibility is built into every aspect of life in the School, including our teaching, research, and public events and activities. It covers many different types of activity, including:
- community engagement;
- equality, diversity, and inclusion;
- humanitarian activities;
We provide a selection of ongoing programmes with which both members of the School and members of the public can engage. For example:
- anyone can contribute to our Community Mapping Uganda project, which involves contributing much-needed map data to remote areas of Uganda to support the delivery of medical aid;
- Read with SEED allows our School staff members to go into local primary schools to hear the children read and to provide them with much-needed books and equipment.
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If you want to get involved in social responsibility, we have lots of ideas for staff, students, alumni, and members of the community.
If you would like more information about social responsibility in the School or would like to get involved with any of the above projects, please contact Dr Jonny Huck, Director for Social Responsibility.
Selling jewellery in the UK on behalf of Ugandan women's group Pi Kwo Tek.
Producing new narratives of Blackburn that challenge harmful accounts and perceptions of racial segregation.