As part of
Celebrate Difference and Diversity Week, we were delighted to welcome Charlie Wheeler-Quinnell from Stonewall, the lesbian, gay and bisexual charity
Charlie gave an interesting lecture, highlighting amongst many other things that it is only since 2003 that the
The first Staff and Student Wellbeing event of 2012 happened yesterday in the Dome at Avery Hill to great success. Well done to Helga Brandao, Healthy Living and Wellbeing Co-Ordinator, for organising so many varied exhibitors and a great event! Let Helga
Cherry Smyth, Senior Lecturer in Poetry has set up The Stephen Lawrence Poetry Prize to honour Stephen Lawrence, and his mother, Doreen’s fight for justice.
In honour of Stephen, and his mother Doreen Lawrence’s 18 year fight for justice, we invite you
Today saw the launch of Celebrate Difference and Diversity with a guest lecture from the BBC’s Head of Diversity, Amanda Rice.
Amanda shared a showreel of BBC TV and radio programmes with attendees and then outlined initiatives the BBC have adopted to
To acknowledge Celebrate Diversity and Difference Week at the university, the *AccessAbility Project has devised a prize quiz.
There are twenty multiple choice questions and a first prize of £20 Amazon vouchers and two runner-up prizes of £10 Amazon vouchers.
BBC Head of Diversity guest lecture, today at 12.00
Today’s headline event for
Celebrate Difference and Diversity is a guest lecture from Amanda Rice, Head of Diversity at the BBC and Chair of the Creative Diversity Network Steering Committee.
The Public Relations team has published a news story on the university website about Diversity Week.
The story is at
Great section from the VC re-enforcing a really positive message!
Finalising events for Celebrate Week is in full force – just received the updated posters from SUUG, so busy posting those around campus!
Good news – Amanda Rice’s guest lecture on Diversity at the BBC will be filmed so we can
UMSA’s diversity event will be on Weds 14th March 11.00 – 14.00, with a selection of events including dance, food tasting and calligraphy / henna. There will also be a Law Society debate on 15
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