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18th January
18:00 to 19:00
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Dept. Social Care & Social Work Black, Asian and ethnically diverse student network

18th January 18:00 to 19:00
This is the first open session of the Department of Social Care and Social Work's Black, Asian ethnically diverse student network. This meeting is an opportunity to discuss your learning so far about whether you have learned enough about anti-racist social work practice. We would especially welcome students on placement to hear your views.

In 2022 Tam Chipawe Cane & Prospera Tedam published their research titled ‘We didn’t learn enough about racism and anti-racist practice’: newly qualified social workers’ challenge in wrestling racism’. This open session is your opportunity to discuss whether you are learning enough about racism and anti-racist practice. We particularly want to hear from all students on placement. If you want to read the article before coming to the session you can access it via this link: or just search the title.

Associated Badges:

In A Nutshell...

  • Collaborate... with students and academics across the department of Social Care & Social Work to give feedback and have your views heard.
  • Upskill... in a community where you can learn from the experiences of students from different backgrounds.
  • Engage Online... a Teams-based opportunity that allows you to engage with peers and academics.
  • Show Leadership... and the opportunity to develop new knowledge to influence social care and social work.
  • Gain Recognition... by earning Rise points for your attendance.
  • Earn up to 5 Rise points ... which can be recognised within your degree.


  • personal_video 18:00 to 19:00 on 18/01/24 - Takes place online
    Are you learning enough about racism and anti-racist practice?
    In this session we want to hear your views and perspectives about whether you are learning enough about racism and anti-racist practice in preparation for qualified social work practice.