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  4. Your Say Matters

Oct

18

Wednesday

Your Say Matters

1.00pm

Staff

The event is for City staff only.

In celebration of Black History Month, City staff are invited to attend Your Say Matters

The BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) Staff Network Group would like to invite you to participate in discussions centered on staff opinions in what you would like included within City’s first application for the Race Equality Charter.

On the heels of City's recent Bronze Award for the University's commitment to gender equality as part of the Athena SWAN Charter, the BAME Staff Network Group invite  academic and professional staff members to contribute to the realisation of City's first Race Equality Charter (REC) application.

Our aim is to recognise Respect, Representation and Retention and help implement change that would benefit the whole University.
Please join us in the first of these discussions, led by the following panel members:

Dr Jessica Jones-Nielsen, Associate Dean People and Culture, School of Arts and Social Sciences, City, University of London

Dr Emma Taylor-Steeds, Equality & Diversity Athena SWAN Manager, HR, City, University of London

Mark Harrison, Equality and Diversity Inclusion manager, University of London

The talk will take place between 1pm – 2pm followed by a reception lunch.

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1.00pm - 2.00pmWednesday 18th October 2017

C304 Tait Building City, University of London Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB United Kingdom

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