Inclusion Café, Black History Month
Discussing systemic inequalities and personal experiences in a safe and welcoming space, over a coffee.
Our inclusion café allows staff and students with lived experience to come together in a safe and informal space to discuss challenges and inequalities in Higher Education over coffee and cake.
|A Psychology EDI event|
|Date||24 October 2022|
|Time||12:30 to 14:00|
|Place||Washington Singer 025|
As part of the inclusion café, staff with lived experience will be there to listen to students and share their own experiences too. We want this to be a safe space for all and allow an open discussion about existing challenges in our educational environments and ways of moving forward.
Notes (anonymous ones) will be taken forward to the Head of Department and Directors of Education (if consent is given) to discuss existing barriers to inclusion and ways of moving forward.
As we will be ordering cake and coffee, please do email psychologyEDI@exeter.ac.uk if you are interested in attending so we can make sure we order the right amount of cake and to also make sure dietary requirements are met.
Washington Singer 025