EDI at the LSE
Learn more about the School’s commitment to EDI, the work underway and news and events across the School. Click here for more information.
LSE offers various wellbeing support and mental health services for students including workshops, personal appointments as well as a 24/7 helpline: Click here for more information.
LSE provides varuous resources for staff including wellbeing classes and other activities. Click here for more information.
The Staff Counselling service can be accessed for help following either a work based incident or for situations relating to personal circumstances. Click here for more information.
Report an incident
If you have experienced, or witnessed, any form of sexual violence, bullying or harassment, and you want to report this to LSE, you can do this in two different ways. Speak to a Safe Contact or report to LSE directly: Click here for more information.
This information is for transgender or gender non-conforming applicants including nonbinary people applying for graduate study at LSE: Click here for more information.
LSE has a variety staff networks to support specific communities at the School: EmbRace (Ethnic Minorities Broadening Racial Awareness and Cultural Exchange), Gender Equality Forum, Power (Professional Women’s Network), DAWN (Disability and Wellbeing Staff Network), Spectrum (LGBTQ+ Network), and Parents and Carers Network. Staff Networks organise events and create opportunities to connect with colleagues across the School. List of all staff networks and contacts: Click here for more information.
There are many student societies covering various communities. It’s a great place to meet like-minded people and be part of a community. We highly recommend checking the LSESU page to find a society that matches your interest and needs: Click here for more information.