Events and training
Black History Month @ King’s
October is Black History Month (BHM) in the UK and coincides with the start of the academic year. Running for the past 35 years, it has played a key role in recognising the value of living and working in multi-cultural Britain.
The aim of BHM is to raise awareness of 500 years of Black History in the UK, highlighting the many positive Black contributions to British society, and the heighten confidence and awareness of Black people in their cultural heritage. In doing so, it helps bring communities closer together to create an inclusive space for everyone to enjoy.
In this spirit, we would like to invite you to join us at our awareness raising events, to celebrate Black contributions to society. Members of the African and Caribbean Society, the People of Colour Association and staff across King’s have prepared a full programme of music, film and panel discussions with key figures from the Black and Minority Ethnic community.
For further information, please contact the Diversity & Inclusion Team – email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7848 3378.
It Stops Here workshops
The workshop lasts around 1 ½ hours and aims to empower you to stop rape, rape culture, sexual abuse and harassment.
- The Law
- What Consent is
- What you can do to challenge rape and rape culture
- Being an Active Bystander
- Resources for survivors
Interested? – Email us, or send us a message in Facebook, and we will put you on the list for future events!