Wed, 27 Jan | Zoom

Unapologetically Black - Decolonising my School

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Time & Location

27 Jan, 19:00 – 21:00
Zoom

About the Event

Unapologetically Black (the second in a series of three)

How Can I Decolonise…

My School

My University

My Lessons

My Lectures

My Assessments and Qualifications

MINDS…?

The structure of the UK’s education system continues to fail Black students; we need to break the cycle of poor outcomes. Join David Adesanya and guests for a panel discussion investigating what we can share and implement from the good practice happening in the formal and informal sectors to decolonise educational institutions

Key aims of the panel discussion are to:

  • Highlight projects that have successfully disrupted pre-existing curricular, and ones that have failed
  • Work with event attendees to pool and share tangible resources/ideas they can take forward to influence change in their own educational environments
  • Foster engagement  and collaboration amongst attendees to build a supportive network

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Telephone: 020 7332 3599

Location: Partnership for Young London, City of London, Guildhall, London EC2V 7HH

 

Postal: Partnership for Young London, City of London, PO Box 270, Guildhall, London EC2P 2EJ

Charity registration number: 1062226

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