Organised by KLS and overseen by Dr Suhraiya Jivraj, the conference takes place on Wednesday 20th March and is open to students and staff from 1:00pmUniversity of Kent Students of colour will be launching their #Decolonise University of Kent Manifesto using data collected through focus group cafes with students discussing their experiences of belonging and inclusion/exclusion in the classroom and on campus. Specific themes covered included ableism and racialisation, international students’ experiences, minoritised religion and PREVENT as well as decolonising the curriculum more generally.
The Decolonise University of Kent students will give their recommendations and be in conversation with a number of leading academics/activists in the field. It’s going to be informative, transformational and creative!
The conference is open to all so please Sign Up here: https://bit.ly/2E74Erh , join the discussion and spread the word amongst students and colleagues.
Limited tickets – students and staff welcome.
STAFF – get involved in building an anti-racist classroom!
More details and full conference programme are available at: www.DecoloniseUKC.org
The event is supported by:
– University of Kent Teaching Enhancement Small Support Awards
– Kent Law School @ 50
– KLS Centre for Sexuality, Race & Gender Justice (SeRGJ)
– University of Kent Student Success Project
– UNISON & UCU UoK Branches
Also part of Worldfest