This webinar is the third in a four-part mini-series on issues of race and justice in policing, education, the culture sector and wider society, as part of the regular series of Dialogue & Debate webinars from Cumberland Lodge.

This discussion is presented by Cumberland Lodge trustee and former Chief Executive of the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), Jane Furniss, with guest panellists:

In this webinar, we examine the responses of Black, Asian and minority ethnic police officers to the Black Lives Matter protests.

This webinar also connects with our recent work on Resilient Communities at Cumberland Lodge, examining how civil society can respond, alongside the police, to the grief and anger expressed over racial discrimination, to help bring people together and improve social cohesion.

We explore how the current situation might be a catalyst for positive social change and new forms of police-community collaboration.


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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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15 July, 2020