UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose


IIPP Cultural Justice Lecture Series 2022

The UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose hosts a Cultural Justice Lecture Series together with Professor Keith Magee in conversation with leading experts. The series will explore a range of cultural justice themes, focusing on the interaction of power and inequalities.

Join us for our series of talks with The Reverend Professor Keith Magee focusing on cultural justice in discussion with leading experts.

Cultural justice offers a lens through which we consider how and to what extent racial, social, economic and digital injustice impact on Black British Life, and explore approaches that can help promote equality and remove barriers to opportunity. Each talk will take into account the values that inform people’s opinions, while providing a healthy and brave space for debate.

Free events, Q&A to follow. The IIPP Cultural Justice Lecture Series is convened by Professor Rainer Kattel.

Cultural Justice Lecture Series

Black Wealth Creation: How can Black British wealth creation help the overall British economy?

12th May 2022: Keith Magee in conversation with Gavin Lewis

The Digital Revolution

The Digital Revolution: How to come out of the "Black Digital Hole"

25th May 2022: Keith Magee in conversation with Ijeoma Okoli


GiveBLACK: Valuing the Black philanthropic pound

14th June 2022: Keith Magee in conversation with Patricia Hamzahee


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For more information about the IIPP Cultural Justice Lecture Series and learn how to get involved, please contact IIPP Communications.

Email: iippcomms@ucl.ac.uk