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BE THE CHANGE! At the University of Manchester we believe that everyone has the right to live, study and work in an environment, free from the fear of harassment, discrimination or violence. The ‘Speak Up Stand Up!  Active Bystander Campaign builds on these achievements and aims to

Romain Williams (BME officer) is organising an event to bring BME students together. She is looking for volunteers and collaboration for this event. The information about the event is as follows: Name of Event: Black Minority Ethnic Festival Potential venue: Manchester Academy 2 Date: Wednesday 7th February 2018 Objectives: Bringing

The Higher Education Council for England published the ‘Causes of Difference in Student Outcomes’ report in 2015. The report focuses on the differences in outcomes for Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) students, those from lower-socio-economic backgrounds, disabled students and makes reference to part-time and

The annual ECU (Equality Challenge Unit) conference took place this week in Birmingham. The conference brings together academics, practitioners and representatives working on equality and diversity issues in HE (higher education) with the aim of further developing this community of practice. The conference focused on

‘We Are The Lions, Mr. Manager!’ is the story of the Grunwick Film Processing Factory Strike of 1976-78 and the inspirational strike-leader Jayaben Desai, one of many newly arrived British passport-holding Asian Gujurati workers expelled from Uganda and Tanzania in East Africa four years

Bringing together films spanning 1901 to 1985 and taken from many different regions of the UK, 'Britain on Film: Black Britain' offers incredibly rare, little-seen and valuable depictions of black British life on screen. The film will be screened at Manchester Central Library on Monday

A Buzzfeed article by Tom Phillips unpicks recently published UCAS and HEFCE data to develop an understanding of the difference between BAME students compared to their white counterparts in Higher Education (HE). The article comes in response to a "name-blind admissions" scheme piloted by six