“Immigration and Social Impact”

UEL Library and Learning Services

UEL Library and Learning Services

The Library and Learning Services in collaboration with the Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business and the Student Union are inviting you to this year’s  Black History Month Event themed Immigration and Social Impact at Docklands Campus – East Building EB 1.01 on October 21st 2015 from 12:00 to 17:00


12.00-13.00                       Registration & Lunch

13.00-13.30                        Introduction  

Paul Dudman: Refugee Voices, Refugee Narratives: Civic Engagement and the UEL Archives


Jennifer Achan Recent UEL Graduate “Issues Faced by Black African   Women Migrant Living with HIV in the UK”

14.15 -15.00

Fabian Tompstett Graduate and Masters Student – UEL “Power Writers and the Struggle against Slavery: Celebrating Five African Writers who came to the East End of London in the 18th Century

15.00- 15.15                            Tea/coffee


Robert Ahearne lecturer in International Development “How should We Talk About ‘The Dark Continent’? Critically Reflecting on Dominant Re-Presentations of Africa

16.00-16.30                          Round Table Discussion and Conclusions

16.30-17.00                           Networking and Reception


Attendance is free but space is limited so kindly click here to register.

Should you need any additional information do not hesitate to contact Simon Gibson on S.Gibson@uel.ac.uk or Isabella Asimadi I.Asimadi@uel.ac.uk.