Events

Strong, British and Black (26 September - 4 December 2020)

Strong, British and Black is a Kwanzaa Collective UK* exhibition which showcases the art of black and brown women living and working in Staffordshire. Building on the themes of the Cultural Affairs I AM exhibition (2019) this exhibition centres the voices of black and brown women to explore what it means to be Strong, British and Black. Using film, photography, painting, poetry, sculpture and digital art, the artists explore the themes of the exhibition individually, while looking at how they interact. What does it mean to a strong woman? What does it mean to be Strong and Black?  What does it mean to be Black British in a country that often considers you Black in Britain?

For more details, see the full event information page.

On 14 October 2020, some of Kwanzaa Collective work was projected onto the Chapel on Union Square:

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Upcoming events

Past events

29
Jun 2020
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On June 29, 2.00-3.30 pm Anna Macdonald, Ceri Morgan and Anthony Wrigley are having an online event to share some of the findings of the arts-based project ‘Circling’

Online 2:00PM
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5
Feb 2020
The Smart Innovation Hub

Leadership, complexity and inclusion seminar with Olivia Armarty, Chris Blackwell and Tammy Banks

Smart Innovation Hub, SIHLG.031 12:30PM
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20
Jun 2019
Trans youth and education: national issues and solutions

This event seeks to create a setting for individuals with a speciality and interest in trans-inclusive education and will explore how trans inequalities can be addressed in education contexts through engagement with academics, charities, and organisations.

Keele Hall Ballroom 9:30AM
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13
Jun 2019
Tackling Inequalities: learning from the past, looking to the future

What does it mean to ‘tackle inequalities’? What are the root causes of inequality? What are the solutions? What lessons can we draw from the past to inform the present – and the future? These are some of the key questions that this inaugural conference of the Keele Institute for Social Inclusion’s (KISI) Tackling Inequalities group seeks to address.

Keele Hall 9:00AM
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1
May 2019
Falklands/Malvinas - experiencing, remembering, recording the Falklands/Malvinas war

The legacies of this short war in the South Atlantic live on. This workshop provides space for British and Argentine veterans and researchers to reflect on how the Falklands/Malvinas war was experienced, remembered and recorded. Many of the participants fought in the war.

CBA1.098, Chancellor's Building 10:50AM
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3
Apr 2019
What are universities for now?

Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences partnership event with the Keele Institute for Social Inclusion

Keele Hall, The Ballroom 11:30AM
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26
Mar 2019
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Inaugural Lecture

Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building 6:15PM
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22
Mar 2019
This event is for academics who are interested in working with partner organisations to effect real

This event is for academics who are interested in working with partner organisations to effect real world change, whether you have experience in conducting this work, or whether it is new to you. The event is also for organisations who are interested in working with academics to develop and evaluate exciting new projects, which will have a real world impact.

Keele Hall Ballroom 9:30AM
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12
Mar 2019
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31
Jan 2019
Workshop on Democracy and Populism

31 Jan 2019 to 1 Feb 2019

The Keele Institute for Social Inclusion are hosting a two-day workshop. The event will address the relationship between democracy and populism.

Keele Hall, Salvin Room 9:00AM
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4
Oct 2018
Man Up Exhibition performance project by Restoke

4 Oct 2018 to 30 Oct 2018

MAN UP is a ground-breaking performance project by Restoke looking at mental health and masculinity.

LOCATION & TIMES TBC 9:00AM
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14
Jun 2018
Keele Institute for Social Inclusion launch

Keele Institute for Social Inclusion launch

Keele Hall 9:00AM
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