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The National Education Union has created a series of Zoom discussion forums for members to guide Union policy and discussions with the Government. It is clear that the pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on racialised communities.

Download Ten things you need to know about racial disparities in COVID-19.

It is therefore imperative that our communities come together and organise. These zoom meetings will be interactive, participant led and the first step in creating the conditions for change.

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Sunday 17th May, 4pm
"Build Back Better - wider opening of education, health and well-being for Black staff & pupils" Register

Wednesday 20th May, 4pm
"Covid-19 effects on Black people - including positive stories of heroism, care and altruism" Register

Wednesday 27th May, 4pm
"How do we ensure more inclusion when schools open? Curriculum and assessment" Register

Articles

Julie Walers-Nisbett


Julie Walters-Nisbett, Organiser of the Leicester NEU Black Teachers’ Network.

Camille London-Miyo


Camille London-Miyo, Leicester NEU Equal Opportunities Officer.

The NEU uses the term 'Black' in a political context to encompass all members who self-identify as Black or Asian and all other minority ethnic groups who do not identify themselves as white.