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Students and staff from across the collegiate University are warmly welcomed to the launch of Cambridge's new Black Advisory Hub.

This online launch will be hosted by a team of student co-creators who were involved in the development of the Hub. The programme will include a Q&A session for students with Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen Toope, as well as a range of other interactive events to showcase the development of this online 'space' for the support of new and current Black students at the University. It will also introduce ideas for future initiatives to help make Cambridge a more inclusive and supportive environment.

While the launch's primary audience is anticipated to be Black students, we also welcome any other students or staff who wish to attend.

  • Friday 14 May
  • 7pm - 8.15pm

Register for the launch of the Black Advisory Hub

(We appreciate that the event time is outside of normal work hours; it was selected by students as least likely to interrupt their studies. We encourage colleagues to attend in support of this initiative if they are able to.)

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