Digital event recordings
Our digital events are recorded so if you are unable to attend, you can still enjoy the event by watching the recording.
Anti-racism webinar series
A series of anti-racism webinars held in partnership with the University's independent student newspaper, Epigram.
Black Lives Matter, 4 February 2021
The first of the four-part anti-racism webinar series. This event featured the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Judith Squires, and Dr Jane Khawaja, the co-chair of the Anti-Racism Steering Group.
BAME awards gap and racial diversity in the student body, 11 February 2021
The second of the four-part anti-racism webinar series. This event featured the Head of Student Inclusion, Zoe Pither, and the Deputy Director of Home Recruitment and Conversions, Doug Jennings.
Decolonising the curriculum, 18 February 2021
The third of the four-part anti-racism webinar series. This event featured the Students' Union's Undergraduate Education Officer, David Ion, the Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education, Alvin Birdi, and Professor Madhu Krishnan.
Racial abuse and microaggressions on campus, 25 February 2021
The fourth of the four-part anti-racism webinar series. This event featured the Pro Vice-Chancellor for Student Experience, Sarah Purdy, and the Students' Union's Union Affairs Officer, Julio Mkok.
Towards a decolonised University
A panel discussion on the importance of critical engagement with how the knowledge and resources we encounter at university are shaped by the impact of colonial power structures, and how we create solutions which addresses racism and colonial legacies in our university.
Henrietta Lacks – A Brush With Immortality
A panel discussion about the legacy of Henrietta Lacks, a Black African American Women whose tumour cells were taken without her consent and used to create the first human immortal cell line, called HeLa.
In conversation with Lord Boateng
A discussion event with Lord Boateng, the first Black cabinet minister. Paul Boateng is an alumnus of the University of Bristol. During the event, Paul reflected on his experience at Bristol and his journey from civil rights activist to creating meaningful change within the British political system.