BAME in HE Panel Discussion in Partnership with the Guardian

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In partnership with The Guardian, we recently hosted a panel discussion, chaired by Coco Khan, commissioning editor at the Guardian, with three formidable participants from Higher Education to consider why there is such a lack of diversity at the top of higher education and whether there is denial that racism exists?

Tessa Harrison opened the discussion with the question of why there are so few BAME staff in senior roles at universities – and what can be done about it? With over 250 senior leaders attending from across the sector, this proved to be an energetic and passionate debate.      

You can access the Future Ready Leadership Hub on The Guardian at https://www.theguardian.com/future-ready-leadership