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Single Equality Scheme


In accordance with the DDA(2005) and subsequent Equality Act (2010), the University of Lincoln has a Single Equality Scheme.

A copy of the scheme is available via the following link:

University Of Lincoln's Single Equality Scheme


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Focus Groups


  • Do you want to create change not just for yourself but for future students?
  • Is there anything you think the University could do better or differently?
  • Is there anything you feel the University does particularly well?


If you are interested in being more actively involved, then consider joining our     focus group, we discuss issues appertaining to physical disabilities.


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Whats New

Equality 2025 is a big step forward towards the government meeting its commitment to implementing the recommendations in the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit report ‘Improving the Life Chances of Disabled People’.

Equality 2025 will carry out the promise to disabled people that they will have a direct voice to central government to help with the design of polices and services that they really want.

"The recruitment of members for this new body is very important and I cannot stress strongly enough how much we want to work with disabled people from all communities with different experiences and skills. We are looking for members who understand about living with disability and you do not have to have experience of working with Government before. Your skills and experiences are essential to making this UK wide Network successful and believable with the people it is there to serve, disabled people". - Anne McGuire, Minister for Disabled people

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RADAR is a charitable organisation which is run by, and campaigns on behalf of, disabled people. They are always keen to enlarge their membership, and further the rights of disabled people. They aim to set up a free student service, which will aid their communication with young people. They will send out their latest news, and ask questions about life as a disabled student. As a lobbying group, they need to know the views of disabled people, in order to make a difference.


If you would like any further information of RADAR, please click on the link above.

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Open Days

A member of the Dart team will be available for you to speak to on all Open Days. You can access a list of the upcoming open days at the link below: