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Thu 15 Jun, '23
COPR Event: Rethinking Policing: understanding the institution, embedding change in police practice

This will be a hybrid event, and you can choose to attend virtually via the registration form. The Microsoft Teams link will be sent to you before the event. With public trust and confidence in the UK police at a historic low, amplified by individual instances of police brutality and malpractice and by the findings of systemic racism and discrimination in the recent Casey Review, we ask firstly how we might understand policing – as an organisation, as a ‘culture,' as a set of practices and technologies; and secondly how we might seek to effect change in policing practice going forward - embedding learning, sharing best practice, and drawing on innovative arts-informed interventions. Register to attend!

Wed 21 Jun, '23
Cultures of Belonging: The Politics of Inclusion, Exclusion and Reparation
FAB Building

What is culture, and how do cultural practices shape inclusion and exclusion? 

Join us for an evening of open panel discussion with three leading academics as they discuss cultures of belonging across time, place and context. Three public intellectuals come together in conversation reflecting on the promises and caveats of cultures of belonging. The open panel discussion will be accompanied by an art showcase by the poet, musician and artist Sujatha Menon in collaboration with digital artist Paul Windridge as they bring to life and celebrate the many fascinating projects that the Connecting Cultures GRP has funded over the past academic year. The event is followed by a drinks and nibbles reception.

Registration is required.


Mon 26 Jun, '23
The Human Library
Teaching Grid, Library

The Human Library® is, in the true sense of the word, a library of people. During the event, readers can borrow human beings serving as open books and have conversations they would not normally have access to. It is an event to better our understanding of diversity to help create a more inclusive and cohesive community. More information on the event can be found on our website.


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