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What is 'race' doing in a nice field like the built environment?

17 March 14:00 - 18:00
Organized by: The Bartlett School of Architecture
Room G12
22 Gordon Street London

'Race' and Space is a new curriculum that has been developed by colleagues across The Bartlett, UCL Faculty of the Built Environment, specifically for other colleagues and students. It responds to a need for greater understanding of 'race' and where and how it affects the built environment, and a demand for practical sources of support for teachers and learners.


Hear from our panel of speakers before sharing your thoughts and experiences of 'race' and the built environment curriculum.


The discussion is from 2-4pm. After the discussion there will be a chance to network and collect a copy of the new curriculum between 4-6pm.


This event is hosted by The Bartlett's Vice Dean for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.