Human Rights

Human rights

white tent with the unicef logo above the door from an african refugee camp. Inside a teacher is running a lesson with primary school children sitting at desks in rows

Cambridge Assessment is committed to human rights, not because we must but because it is the right thing to do. We treat everyone with respect and dignity. It is embedded in everything we do, from our Code of Conduct that we all sign-up to when we join the organisation to defining our work with suppliers and partner organisations. This commitment is not just about the health and wellbeing of our colleagues but also the teachers and learners we work with around the world. Through the Cambridge Partnership for Education, a joint initiative we have created with Cambridge University Press and the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, we work closely with governments around the world with a shared goal of making education transformation a reality. We have also been involved in providing education expertise in projects with Unicef to create an education learning passport which will ensure no child’s academic achievement is lost or goes unrecognised wherever they find themselves in the world.

OCR joins Lit in Colour campaign as part of diversity drive

Colourful books stacked on a table

We’re delighted to announce that our UK exam board is now a named partner in the ‘Lit in Colour’ campaign.

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Celebrating Pride Month - Our people

LGBT+ Pride Flag

To mark Pride Month, we caught up with members of our LGBT+ staff network to find out how they will be celebrating Pride and to highlight their important work as one of our committed networks promoting equality, diversity and inclusion.

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Supporting educators

two primary age children working together on a tablet in a busy classroom

In June we celebrated a year since our joint acquisition with Cambridge University Press of Durham University’s renowned Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM).

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