Towards a decolonised university
The University of Bristol is committed to addressing the effects of Britain’s colonial past on our institution and teaching. As we unveil the Be More Empowered (BME) for Success portraits which celebrate our staff and students from Black Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, we invite you to join our virtual panel discussion on decolonisation as part of Black History Month.
Our panel of speakers will be discussing the importance of critical engagement on the ways in which the knowledge and resources we encounter at university is shaped by the impact of colonial power structures, and how to create solutions which address racism and colonial legacies in our university. We hope this panel event will encourage discussion among students, staff and members of the wider public.
This event will be hosted by Professor Judith Squires - Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Provost, University of Bristol, and the panellists will include:
- Professor Olivette Otele - Professor of the History of Slavery, University of Bristol
- Professor Leon Tikly - Professor in Education, University of Bristol
- Hillary Gyebi-Ababio - NUS UK Vice President (Higher Education), former Bristol SU Undergraduate Education Officer
- Eva Larkai - BME Success Advocate, fifth year medical student and President of BME Medics, University of Bristol
Cost Free to attend but you must pre-register
Booking Please click here to register on Zoom
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