We work alongside a number of other organisations to increase diversity in STEM.
The Institute of Physics have a diversity programme that seeks to identify barriers to participation in physics and to use evidence-based research to create models of good practice that break down these barriers and encourage and engage diverse groups.
The Royal Society work to increase diversity across all of STEM by seeking out participation from underrepresented groups. They also hold an annual conference on diversity in science.
The Equality Challenge Unit is working to recognise and progress equality and diversity in higher education. This includes running the Athena SWAN Charter to progress gender equality in higher education.