Staff networks

If you would like to talk about setting up a staff network or want to feed back on networks' activities and events, please contact the EDI team.

LSE EmbRace

EMBRACE (Ethnic Minorities Broadening Racial Awareness and Cultural Exchange) is the School's black and minority ethnic group for staff at LSE.

Contact: embrace@lse.ac.uk

Gender Equality Forum

The Gender Equality Forum is a network of women across LSE committed to addressing gender inequality in pay, access and culture.

Contact: Suki Ali , Ellie Knott and Katherine Millar 

LSE Power – professional women's network

The Power network was created in early 2015 in response to an initiative by LSE's Equality and Diversity team to set up a number of informal staff networks.

Contact: Professional.Womens.Network@lse.ac.uk

Disability and Wellbeing Staff Network

Similar to Spectrum, Embrace and the other staff networks at LSE, we are setting up a new Disability and Wellbeing Network. The aim of the network is to make LSE more disability confident and raise awareness about disability on the campus. Click on the link above to learn more about the network.

How to get involved?
If you wish to be a part of this network, express your interest at edi@lse.ac.uk

Spectrum

Spectrum is the network for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) staff at LSE.

Contact: spectrum@lse.ac.uk
Twitter: @LSESpectrum

Parents and Carers Network

The Parents Network is for parents (which includes anyone who is caring for a child, be it their own, adopted, or fostered) and carers to meet and exchange experiences, tips, and to socialise.

Contact: parents.and.carers.network@lse.ac.uk