How to contact us|


Equality and Diversity Manager


Carolyn Solomon-Pryce|

020 7955 6621


Equality and Diversity Adviser


Asiya Islam|

020 7955 7826


Human Resources

5th Floor, Lionel Robbins Building

10 Portugal Street

London WC2A 2HD

Support and Advice

These pages on support and advice for staff and students have been set up to bring together information and resources on equality and diversity related issues, such as what to do if you have a complaint, who to contact for advice on mental health issues, what does the School offer on flexible working etc. Please see Support and advice for staff| and Support and advice for students|.

You may wish to see our list of Frequently Asked Questions|. If you have a query that has not been addressed in these webpages, please contact the Equality and Diversity team.

You may also find the following related services useful - 

Disability and Wellbeing Service|

The Disability and Wellbeing Service provides the first point of contact and an overview for current and prospective disabled students and staff.

Faith Centre|

The LSE Faith Centre is a state of the art multi-faith facility used for worship, prayer, interfaith discussion and hospitality by the diverse student and staff body at LSE. Revd Dr James Walters, Chaplain and Interfaith Adviser, provides pastoral care to students and members of staff and supports religious life and cohesion within the wider LSE community.

Health and Safety|

These pages give information on measures the School takes to ensure the health, safety and welfare of everyone who works, studies or visits the premises or may be affected by the activities of the School.

Language Centre|

The Language Centre specialises in providing current LSE students and staff with language support as well as providing programmes for prospective students.

St Philip's Medical Centre|

St Philip's Medical Centre is an NHS general practice staffed by doctors and nurses who provide primary medical and nursing care to registered patients and anyone who becomes ill or requires medical advice whilst within the LSE campus.

Student Counselling|

LSE offers a free and confidential counselling service to all its students.

Staff Counselling|

This is an opportunity for all staff to access support, whether to discuss a problem or situation that is causing concern, or some distress that is taking place at work or home.