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  • Spoken Word and Mindfulness with artist MOAK

    Date: 21 September 2020
    Venue: Online (Instagram)

    This event is part of Feel Good Fortnight: Relax. Join MOAK as he hosts an Instagram takeover exploring self-discovery and mindfulness.
  • Feel Good Fortnight: Win a Feel Good Hamper

    Date: 21 September - 27 September 2020

    This event is part of Feel Good Fortnight to help students kick off university in a healthy way.

  • Wellbeing Instagram Takeover with Off the Record

    Date: 23 September 2020
    Venue: Online (Instagram)

    This event is part of Feel Good Fortnight: Relax. Young people's mental health movement Off the Record takes over the UWE Bristol Instagram for a resilience Q&A.
  • Bi-Visibility Day 2020 - Moving Beyond the Binaries - talk by UWE Bristol academic Nikki Hayfield

    Date: 23 September 2020
    Venue: Online via Blackboard Collaborate

    For Bi-Visibility Day, the Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity (EDI) Team, in collaboration with The Diversity Trust, are hosting a talk by Nikki Hayfield, Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology.

  • Lunchtime Power Hour for Students (Black History Month)

    Date: 02 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    This event is a safe space for African and Caribbean students to meet together and discuss topical issues or anything on their minds. Themes will be suggested in the week leading up to the session via a private channel.

  • Lunchtime Power Hour for Students (Black History Month)

    Date: 09 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    This event is safe space for African and Caribbean students to meet together and discuss topical issues or anything on their minds. Themes will be suggested in the week leading up to the session via a private channel.

  • Decolonising UWE

    Date: 09 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    Panel discussion exploring what needs to be done for UWE Bristol to be a decolonised learning space, and what role students can play in that agenda.

  • Bristol Bus Boycott and the legacy of UK Race Relations

    Date: 14 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    Join Michelle Curtis as she shares about the 1963 Bristol bus boycott, and impact it had on the forming of the first Race Relations Act in the UK. Michele tells the story of the long-lasting impact early Windrush era pioneers had on the city.
  • Lunchtime Power Hour for Students (Black History Month)

    Date: 16 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    This event is a safe space for African and Caribbean students to meet together and discuss topical issues or anything on their minds. Themes will be suggested in the week leading up to the session via a private channel.

  • Black Lives Matter and the call for action

    Date: 21 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    Join UWE Bristol for a panel discussion reflecting on the Black Lives Matter protests over the summer, and what it means for the future of the city of Bristol. What should happen next?

  • Lunchtime Power Hour for Students (Black History Month)

    Date: 23 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    This event is a safe space for African and Caribbean students to meet together and discuss topical issues or anything on their minds. Themes will be suggested in the week leading up to the session via a private channel.

  • Lunchtime Power Hour for students (Black History Month)

    Date: 30 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    This event is a safe space for African and Caribbean students to meet together and discuss topical issues or anything on their minds. Themes will be suggested in the week leading up to the session via a private channel.

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