You are invited to the forthcoming online Race 2B BAME Conference. Organised by Multicultural Cumbria with our partner The University of Cumbria. Register on Eventbrite for free tickets.
The Black Lives Matter movement continues to build momentum with the injustices and inequality in all aspects due to the colour of skin.
In Cumbria, there is a significant need to action change. But this needs a united approach and empowering BAME people to raise the bar to lead that change. Is your organisation struggling to understand the issues?
Will you work with us to make that change? Find out how and why it's more important now than ever before!

Download PDF Version of Race 2B BAME Conference poster

9.45am Welcome Host - Sonia Jagota

9.50am  Julie Mennell - Vice Chancellor of University of Cumbria

             Claire Hensman - Lord Lieutenant of Cumbria - Multicultural Cumbria Patron

10.00am Saj Ghafoor - Chief Officer of Multicultural Cumbria
Being the change I want to see

10.30am Dr Karen Lockney and Niall McNulty - University of Cumbria & MUnit
Race, young people and the curriculum: what have we learnt from the past
and from Black Lives Matter  to help us teach a fair curriculum for all? 

11.00am Prof Sally Elton-Chalcraft
Exploring Racism in the Classroom

11.30am Janett Walker -  Chair of Anti racist Cumbria 
Black History In Cumbrian Schools

12.00pm Saj Ghafoor - Chief Officer of Multicultural Cumbria
Recap

12.15pm End of morning session - Back at 12.45pm for afternoon session.

12.45pm Welcome 

 12.50pm Tina Borgia - Project Manager at Multicultural Cumbria
Empowering BAME Women through the Arts

  1.00pm Marcia Reid Fotheringham -
The Power of Speaking Up

 1.30pm Marsha Ramroop - Unive
Fixing The Problem of Unconscious Bias

 2.00pm Adrienne Gill - One World Centre & Carlisle One World Centre
Life In Cumbria For A Refugee

 2.30pm Siraaz Patel - Cumbria Police
Community Policing in Cumbria

3.00pm Lee McDermott - Equality and Diversity Office - University of Cumbria

3.10pm Tina Borgia - Project Manager at Multicultural Cumbria

3.15pm End of Conference