This is the final webinar in our four-part mini-series on issues of race and justice, live-streamed on Thursday 16 July 2020, at 11am. It is a part of the regular series of Dialogue & Debate webinars from Cumberland Lodge.

This discussion is presented by Cumberland Lodge trustee and Independent Non-Executive Director of Daily Mail and General Trust plc, JP Rangaswami, with guest panellists:

  • Heather Hatton - PhD student at the History Department of the University of Hull and Cumberland Lodge Fellow
  • Sunder Katwala - Director, British Future
  • Wilf Sullivan - Race Equality Officer, Trades Union Congress (TUC)

The debate on ethnic inequality and injustice has ebbed and flowed for decades. In recent weeks, however, the conversation has escalated into mainstream media as a cross-societal issue. Black Lives Matter, and connected protest in the UK, have thrown up urgent conversations across government, policing, education, business and the third sector.

This discussion draws on the three previous discussions in this series, to identity key areas where action needs to be taken, and what that action should be, to address the persistence of racism, structural inequality and racial discrimination in the UK.


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Details of further webinars in our Black Lives Matter mini-series including links to register in advance and take part on Zoom, can be found on our What's On webpages.

Audio version

An audio-only version of this webinar is available below, and on podcast platforms.

Audio versions of all our previous Dialogue & Debate webinars can be found on SoundCloud here.

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16 July, 2020