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Open letter to the Vice Chancellor urging him to sign the Race Equality Charter

by SADAF ESLAMIAN 16 July 2020, 21:16

Category: Petition

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We are very pleased to announced that the University of Huddersfield Vice-Chancellor has signed the Race Equality Charter.

He stated that: "And the University Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Enhancement Committee, will be leading the work we need to undertake in connection with this over the coming months in consultation with staff and students".

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This is an open letter written by two BAME Ambassadors to the Vice Chancellor urging him sign the Race Equality Charter by 2022. The charter will invest in resources to research into the experience of black students and staff on campus along with publicly releasing an action plan that will shows how the university will be tacking the differential attainment gap. The signing of the Race Equality charter will show that the University is truly in support of the #BLACKLIVESMATTER movement and value the education and support their BAME staff and students receive during their time at The University of Huddersfield. 

You can read the full open letter by clicking this link.


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Please sign the petition to indicate your support for the open letter, and to stand in solidarity with BAME students at the University of Huddersfield.