BAME (Black and Minority Ethnic) Staff Network
The BAME Network enables staff to come together to share information, support and raise the visibility of black and minority ethnic staff at City, to ensure we promote a comfortable and fully inclusive environment in which all can flourish.
The role of the network is to:
- Provide a forum for networking
- Encourage peer support between BAME staff
- Offer an opportunity for colleagues from all areas of the University to inform collaborate and drive actions needed for BAME members at City
- Identify and raise awareness within the University of BAME matters and liaise with staff and student societies to share this information
- Collaborate with City to shape its policy and procedures.
If you are passionate about an issue affecting BAME staff or students that we could promote, please let us know.
8th March 2017 - Hair and Now: Be bold for change
City's BAME Network's International Women's Day event will discuss some of the underlining discoveries that have been made into why ethnic minority women in particular present themselves in a certain way and whether this has proven to be discriminatory.
8th March 2016, Women’s International Day with Bonnie Greer
Research has found that racial inequality is rife in Higher Education
Black History Month Thursday 27th October
Inclusive Journalism. Milica Pesic, Executive Director, Media Diversity Institute. ‘Raising the awareness of media diversity in the UK’.
The sound engineer: Tony @ Family Studios - Chocolate Factory