EID - Begins Monday 20th August, 2018 and ends Friday 24th August, 2018
DIWALI - Wednesday 4th - 9th November, 2018
CHANUKAH - Monday 3rd to 10th December, 2018
CHRISTMAS - Tuesday 25th December, 2018
CHINESE NEW YEAR - Tuesday 5th February, 2019
HOLI - Wednesday 20th to Thursday 21st March, 2019
EASTER - Good Friday, 19th to Easter Monday, 22nd April, 2019
PASSOVER - Saturday 20th to Friday 26th April, 2019
History months highlight the need for voices of diversity and community representation within society to be heard. They present the contributions made by these often ignored or silenced voices within mainstream society. Although the achievements of members of these communities and groups within them are and should be celebrated all the time, the history month enables a pioint of focus and celebration.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH – OCTOBER
DISABILITY HISTORY MONTH - NOVEMBER - DECEMBER
LGBT HISTORY MONTH – FEBRUARY
INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY - NOVEMBER 19TH 2018
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY – MARCH 8TH 2019
INTERNATIONAL TRANSGENDER DAY OF VISIBILITY - MARCH 31ST 2019
Our University and Students’ Union have both gained Fairtrade status. This has been achieved by continued promotion of Fairtrade products and by raising awareness of the Fairtrade mark.
“Fairtrade is a strategy for poverty alleviation and sustainable development. Its purpose is to create opportunities for producers and workers who have been economically disadvantaged or marginalized by the conventional trading system. If fair access to markets under better trade conditions would help them to overcome barriers to development, they can join Fairtrade.”
For more information about Fairtrade please visit:
University of Chichester and Fairtrade
THE TIME TO CHANGE PLEDGE
In 2014 the University and the Union signed the Time To Change pledge.
Time To Change was set up by the mental health charity, Mind with remit that large organisation would create an action plan stating what they will be doing in future to help tackle issues around mental health.
The SU and the University have two key aims; to reduce the negative stigma surrounding mental health and also promote positive mental health to all students and staff.