POSTPONED: 'Olympic diversity: the new face of Britain?' organised by UCL's Race Equality Group
Type of event: Open fora
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.
This event is open to all UCL staff, students and to the general public.
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|Last updated: 12th October 2016|