Book Now: Anti-Racism Staff Development Activities

Book Now: Anti-Racism Staff Development Activities

Throughout July, colleagues at LCC can develop their knowledge and skills in anti-racist practices through a range of synchronous and asynchronous activities happening as part of the expanded staff development month.

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As part of LCC’s ongoing efforts to create an equitable and inclusive experience for all of its community, a series of new activities are on offer to staff through July. These are specifically aimed at developing anti-racist cultures and practices, in relation to creative practice, curricula and pedagogy, as well as leadership and management. 

The programme includes synchronous events for colleagues to join in real-time and a range of asynchronous activities and resources that can be engaged with off-line, at times that suit, including an evolving anti-racism resource list.

Activities will be running through a dedicated LCC Anti-racism Teams site. Colleagues can book onto the synchronous events through ESS and gain access to asynchronous activities by emailing staff development coordinator, Gifty Tingle: g.tingle@arts.ac.uk

Synchronous events 

Book onto these through ESS:

Reading group on Cultural Awareness and Online Learning 8 July 3-4pm with Matt Lingard, Mark Ingham and Emily Salines. See Digital Pedagogy Reading Group for the Readings.

Webinar for College Executive on Developing an Anti-Racist Institution 14 July 11.30-1pm with Gurnam Singh 

Panel Discussion on Developing Decolonised Curricula 14 July 2-3.30pm chaired by Vikki Hill and including: 

  • Lee Mackinnon and Jennifer Good on decolonising the lens 
  • Jess Baines and Amanda Jenkins on decolonising design
  • Milo Taylor and Roddy Gibson on decolonising sound and screen 

Discussion on Students’ Race-Related Complaints 15 July 11-12.30pm with Maitrayee Basu and Berfin Emre Cetin  

Webinar on the Role of White Academics in Promoting Anti-Racist Pedagogy 15 July 3-5pm with Terry Finnigan and Siobhan Clay

Exchange event on Culture Jamming Media Representation of #BLM 16 July 10 –11am with Alejandro Abraham Hamanoiel

Webinar on Transnational Indigenous solidarity and antiracism 20 July 10-11.30am chaired by Chiara Minestrelli

Discussion on Positionality and Making and Discussing Work About Race 21 July 3-4.30pm with Jonathan Wright

Webinar on the Ethical Representations of the ‘Other’ 22 July 11-12pm with Jess Crombie

Asynchronous activities

Gain access to these by emailing g.tingle@arts.ac.uk

Culture Jamming Media Representation of #BLM – Activity designed and facilitated by Alejandro Abraham Hamanoiel

Decolonising curricula – Self-directed activity designed by Lucy Panesar

Safe Spaces and Freedom of Expression – Asynchronous reading group facilitated by Lucy Panesar and Pratap Rughani 

Beyond Breaking Bias – Activity designed and facilitated by Vikki Hill 

Positive Action – Information and discussion forum facilitated by Lucy Panesar

I work in partnership with students and staff across LCC to enhance educational practice in relation to inclusivity, student continuation and attainment through project leadership, educational development and scholarship, aligned to the priorities of UAL Continuous Monitoring and the Academic Enhancement Model (AEM).

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