How do we move towards racial equality?

Updated Wednesday, 22nd September 2021
Open University colleagues discuss their experiences of working at the OU as well as the changes they would like to see to move towards racial equality in this collection of videos.

At The Open University (OU) we are conscious of the need to talk about race, to recognise the challenges some colleagues face as well as creating opportunities for students to hear about perspectives on race. For this reason, we have created a suite of videos where colleagues discuss their experiences of working at the OU as well as the changes they would like to see to move towards racial equality.

These videos focussing on race and equality feature Joan Simons, Academic Lead for EDI, talking with colleagues in WELS faculty.

The focus of the discussions provide insight into the experiences of

  • Tessy Mbofung, People Business Partner for WELS,
  • Anthony Gunther, Senior Lecturer and Programme Lead for Childhood and Youth Studies in the school of Education, Childhood, Youth and Sport (ECYS)
  • Eric Addae Kyeremeh, Head of School for Education, Childhood, Youth and Sport (ECYS).

 

 

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