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EU Represented as DMU's Radical Pedagogies 2019

9th October 2019

Camille London- Miyo CBE, President of The City of Leicester NEU and Julie Walters-Nisbett, Chair of the NEU Leicester Black Teachers Organisation recently represented the NEU at DMU's Radical Pedagogies 2019 hosted by The Stephen Lawrence Research Centre. They took part in a panel for local educators on The Race for Equality in Education: perspectives on addressing racism and promoting inclusivity in schools.

DMU hopes to make this an annual event. Please visit The Stephen Lawrence Research Centre Open Monday to Friday 12-5pm at the Hugh Aston Building, ground floor, to learn more about the centre and their work.


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