Celebrating Diversity & Decolonising the Curriculum

Our Library supports equality, diversity and inclusion across our provision, including spaces and collections. We have been working to diversify our printed and online collections for some years now but if there is something you think we are missing, please let us know by mailing library@port.ac.uk 

If you need support to access what we offer, please see this section of our website.

We hope the resources listed in the sections below help you discover items for diversifying and decolonising your work, whether you are a student or lecturer.


Advance HE works with institutions and higher education across the world to improve higher education for staff, students and society. This is their site promoting EDI.

Information for staff from UoP's Equality and Diversity Unit

The official UK body with the mandate to challenge discrimination on the grounds of age, disability, gender, race, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, sexual orientation and gender reassignment, and protect and promote human rights.

Oxfam's Inclusive Language Guide is a resource to support people to think about how the way they write can subvert or inadvertently reinforce intersecting forms of inequality. The language recommended is drawn from specialist organizations which provide advice on language preferred by marginalized people, groups and communities, and by Oxfam's staff and networks, to support us to make choices that respectfully reflect the way different groups wish to be referred to.