Rekindling passion for equality, diversity and inclusion work

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Work on equality, diversity and inclusion in universities has taken on urgency in the light of momentous social movements such as Black Lives Matter. However, this work is often fraught with conflict, dogged by scepticism and mistrust, or dismissed as boring tick-box exercises. How do those with leadership responsibilities rekindle the spark and infuse the work with a renewed sense of passion?

In a recent post for the Times Higher Education, I shared my top five suggestions based on my research, teaching and leadership experience across two countries.

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