All students and staff are welcome at this event organised by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences to support conversations celebrating and supporting our diversity.

This event aims to support us all to become confident in speaking about our successes and challenges as a diverse community, and how we can be more inclusive so that all students and staff can thrive equally.

Speakers include:

  • Professor Kehinde Andrews, Director, Centre for Critical Social Research, Birmingham City University, Diversifying vs decolonising: truly changing the practices and orientation of higher education
  • Dr. Louise Owusu-Kwarteng, Programme Leader, Sociology, University of Greenwich, Reflections on BAME staff/student experience.
  • Cherry Smyth, Senior Lecturer, Creative Writing, University of Greenwich, What is the role of 'whiteness' in expanding inclusivity?
  • Mete Coban, Greenwich Graduate; Chief Executive, 'My Life, My Say'; Labour Councillor, Hackney, How studying at Greenwich was key to my success.

The event is chaired by: Ade Solanke, Lecturer in Creative Writing, University of Greenwich

For more details see the event programme and book your place on Eventbrite.