The Athena SWAN Charter is a framework, managed by Advance HE, which is used across the globe to promote gender equality within higher education and research.
We currently have an institutional bronze Athena SWAN award valid until 2022. Our latest submission includes an action plan which focuses on improving gender equality at LSHTM in a number of areas: recruitment (at senior levels), promotion and career development, family friendly and inclusive organisational culture.
Further information, including the action plan at the end of the Athena SWAN submission, can be found on the Athena SWAN page (intranet).
We also have faculty Athena SWAN awards:
- Epidemiology & Population Health (Bronze Award)
- Infectious & Tropical Diseases (Bronze Award)
- Public Health & Policy (Silver Award)
We are a member of Working Families, a work-life balance charity seeking to remove the barriers that people with caring responsibilities face in the workplace.
Gender pay gap
The gender pay gap is the percentage difference between the average pay of men and women across the whole workforce. Read more on LSHTM's gender pay gap analysis.