Diversity in UK Polar Science – Resources

Welcome to our DiPSI project resource page. This page is meant to be interactive. We would like you to explore the documents our project team has created: ask questions about them, use them, and help us make them more useful for you. We’ve also gathered links to external reference materials, articles, blogs and networks where others within the Polar community are working towards inclusion. Get in touch with us by emailing us, or join our emailing list if you’d like to hear about our activities, participate in surveys and more.

DiPSI project resource documents

The below documents are a collection of contacts, funding information and lessons learnt from the project team. Do you have an idea that could make us even more effective? Please get in touch!

Journeys in Polar Science playlistUK Polar Horizons Programme recorded talks

The below playlist contains talks presented to and by the DiPSI Polar Horizons Programme participants. These talks highlight different journeys, new and seasoned, in Polar Science.

External Networks within the Polar Community

Useful reference materials – engaging communities

The following articles and blogs provide with a deeper dive into the array of diversity and inclusion work. These texts are hopefully inspiring and can provide with abundant tools to move forward.

The list is courtesy of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.

Explore opportunities BAS can offer

The UK polar science community receives much of its funding from UKRI-NERC.  British Antarctic Survey works with colleagues within UKRI-NERC to take forward a shared commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.  The Diversity in Polar Science initiative benefits from this association, as well as from its connections with influential polar networks.