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Exclusion and Our University—A Chaplaincy Centre Listening Process

An invitation is offered to any student, any staff of the University of Sheffield, to participate in a listening process about exclusion and inclusion at our University. This process is being offered by a project based at the University’s Chaplaincy Centre. 

Our Listening Project (research ethics approval 036825), invites university students and staff to tell us, confidentially, about any experience of exclusion and inclusion by means of a survey—a member of our team will read each response and there is an opportunity to request a follow-on conversation.

Please fill in the survey here. All questions are optional. You can take as much or as little time to complete this survey as you need.

The Chaplaincy is here for all staff and students, and we provide a listening ear and pastoral support to all people whatever their identity, and whether or not they have a religion or belief identity.

If you have any questions about the survey or the broader project please contact Revd Dr Jeremy Clines, Professor Tamara Hervey and Dr Ela-Nutu Hall via

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