Exchanging ideas, raising awareness and addressing issues that are often underrepresented in the public arena and in academic research.
The Stephen Lawrence Research Centre (SLRC) are taking the conversation to a whole new level with The Exchange. This new webinar series will bring together a range of guest speakers in an inclusive space to exchange ideas, raise awareness and address issues and perspectives that are often underrepresented in the public arena and in academic research.
“Coronavirus: Black and Asian ethnic groups up to twice as likely to die with COVID-19” – Public Health England.
Why are there higher rates of COVID-19 infection and related deaths among Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities in the UK? Join us for the inaugural webinar – a panel discussion addressing and looking at how the pandemic has exacerbated pre-existing racial disparities and inequalities.
COVID-19 AND RACIAL INEQUALITY IN THE UK
A panel discussion streaming live on Facebook and YouTube.
8 JUNE 2020, 4PM
Register your interest here: https://bit.ly/COVID19RacialInequality
Professor Heidi Safia Mirza- Emeritus Professor, Institute of Education, UCL; Visiting Professor, Race, Faith and Culture, Goldsmiths College
Professor Bertha Ochieng- Professor of Integrated Health and Social Care, De Montfort University
Dr Ivan Browne- Director of Public Health, Leicester City Council
Dr Natalie Darko- Research Fellow, Centre for BME Health, University of Leicester
Moderated by Dr Kennetta Hammond Perry, Director of the Stephen Lawrence Research Centre