The murder of George Floyd in May 2020 triggered a worldwide response and boosted momentum behind the Black Lives Matter movement. The HE sector has been held accountable to highlight its part in systemic racism and to consider what can be done to be a truly anti-racist sector. Integrated advancement has a key role to play in anti-racism work.
Do students and staff feel that universities are moving in the right direction? Are universities still making public shows of solidarity with Black communities? Three years on, we’ll be looking at whether there has been any substantial change, and what best practice can be shared.
Following this webinar, you will be able to:
- Understand the importance of consistent public messaging around racial equity.
- Understand that transparency, consistent funding, and developing strong relationships are vital.
- Understand what integrated advancement can do to help anti-racism work in institutions.