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Diversity Month 2013

POSTPONED: 'Olympic diversity: the new face of Britain?' organised by UCL's Race Equality Group

Type of event: Open fora

Overview:
The 2012 Olympics represented Britain as a confident, multi - ethnic country. From the opening ceremony to the laudation of Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis, did the Olympics help build a bridge across the ethnic differences in our society?  Or, as the glow of pride fades, can we really say we inspired a generation to think differently about race? This event will be an open fora of experts discussing a range of topics relating to the Olympic legacy, modern London and diversity. Lunch will be provided so registration is essential. 

Participants:
This event is open to all UCL staff, students and to the general public.

Date, Time and Venue:
POSTPONED

Contact:
Sonal Bharadva
Email: s.bharadva@ucl.ac.uk

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Last updated: 01st February 2013