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The Black Advisory Hub was launched in May 2021 to help build a diverse and inclusive community for all students and staff at the University, as part of institutional action to improve the outcomes of Black students at Cambridge.

The proposal for the Black Advisory Hub was one outcome of the student-led research projects undertaken for Cycle 1 of the APP Participatory Action Research Project. Following discussion with the African-Caribbean Society and the Students' Union BME Campaign, the proposal was ultimately approved and the first year of development was funded by the Alexander Crummell Fund and the Vice-Chancellor Stephen Toope.

The Hub is a centrally-coordinated resource for all Black students, providing curated signposting to resources and services across the University and a space for students to engage with the community. The Hub may also benefit staff looking to learn more about anti-racism work and inclusion, and work is currently ongoing to develop resources aimed at staff.


Visit the Black Advisory Hub