Race Equity Strategy Session for Students

A real opportunity for you to have your voice heard and listened to as part of London Metropolitan University’s ongoing commitment to race equality.   About this Event The Centre for Equity & Inclusion team will be holding briefings to update and consult with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Students on our commitment to tackling institutional racism. As the discussion may extend to difficult personal experiences, … Continue reading Race Equity Strategy Session for Students

Spring 2021 Critical Conversation Cafes

The cafes are an open and informal space, and a real opportunity to facilitate stimulating debate, critical reflection and awareness whilst discussing a range of topics, interests, passions and so on led by participants (individuals and interest groups). They are open to both staff and students at London Met. Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Dilemmas of Decolonial Work hosted by Ryan Arthur, Academic Mentor SSPR on 27 … Continue reading Spring 2021 Critical Conversation Cafes

Politics through music: How music became political

The two go hand-in-hand – or do they? By Nikos Papanikolaou A couple of years ago, Taylor Swift broke her silence and decided to talk about politics – adding her name to a long list of artists who used music to talk about social injustice and governments’ policies. Taylor Swift’s case was pretty impressive because even if she was under fire for being apolitical, she … Continue reading Politics through music: How music became political