Explore the Centre
From the degree awarding gap to our University's access and participation plan, fair outcomes underpins all that we do in the Centre.
Harassment, hate crimes and sexual misconduct
Challenging the culture of impunity and silence around sexual harassment at university – here you'll find resources and where to get support.
Anti-racism is at the heart of our Centre – here you'll find information and resources on institutional racism in the sector and what is being done to address it.
London Met equity and inclusion case study published by The Office for Students
The case study outlines London Met's whole provider approach to creating an engaging university experience for students of colour that reflects the university's diverse student body.
Celebrating the successes of London Met Lab and Centre for Equity & Inclusion
An anniversary event was held to celebrate the first year of the University's major civic engagement initiative, the London Met Lab, and its sector-leading Centre for Equity & Inclusion
Marcus Rashford collaborates with Free Books Campaign
The Free Books Campaign, founded by London Met’s Sofia Akel, will distribute 400 books in collaboration with Marcus Rashford’s Book Club and Macmillan Kids.
Do Black Lives still Matter in higher education?
Staff from London Met’s Centre for Equity and Inclusion discussed the University’s Race Equity Strategy at an HE sector event.
Join the Centre for Equity and Inclusion's first Annual Special Guest Lecture
Special Guest Angela Saini, author of Superior and Inferior, will unpack the roots and social construction of race in academia.
London Met to commemorate first London Pride March with new plaque
The plaque will commemorate the afterparty of the inaugural 1972 Pride March, which was held in London Met's Holloway Road building.
A statement from our Vice-Chancellor Professor Lynn Dobbs regarding Dr Aminul Hoque
Our Vice-Chancellor responds following the decision not to reappoint Dr Aminul Hoque as a trustee for the Royal Museums Greenwich.
London Met statement on anti-Asian racism
We are outraged at the rise in racially motivated attacks targeted at East-Asian, Southeast Asian and Pacific Island people in the UK and around the world.
London Met launches ambitious Race Equity Strategy
The University has committed £15 million to drive racial equity and inclusion at London Met.
From protest to institutional change - Architecture, Race, Gender and Education
Over 200 attended an online event at which keynote speaker Lesley Lokko engaged with issues raised by MASS: Metropolitan Architecture Students Society. MASS asks, now what?
Universities are failing to recognise and tackle Islamophobia, London Met Study finds
A new report calls for institutions to recognise the existence of Islamophobia, do more to examine its impact, and take decisive action to eradicate Islamophobia from campuses.
London Met becomes first UK University to adopt APPG working definition of Islamophobia
The definition outlines that 'Islamophobia is rooted in racism and is a type of racism that targets expressions of Muslimness or perceived Muslimness.'
Teardrops: demanding justice for victims of police brutality
Sofia Akel discusses her research into the extent of police brutality in the UK, which informed Kano's powerful music video performance of 'Teardrops'.
London Met launches new Centre for Equity & Inclusion
The Centre will sit at the heart of London Met, acting as the ideological driving force behind its pedagogy, the student experience and workplace culture.
Events from the Centre for Equity and Inclusion
Critical Conversation Cafes – open to London Met staff and students
Our Critical Conversation Cafes are an open and informal space, and a real opportunity to facilitate stimulating debate, critical reflection and awareness whilst discussing a range of topics, interests, passions and so on led by participants (individuals and interest groups). Please ensure that you read the Cafe Courtesies before registering and attending a cafe.
Take a look at recommended reading/viewing materials from the Critical Conversation Cafes.
Have you got an idea for a critical conversation?
If you would like to host a cafe, we would love to hear from you! Please get in touch with Gene Huie-Manneh, Janet Douglas Gardner or a Students' Union Officer. Sessions do not have to be rooted in academic theory and any member of staff or student in partnership with the Students' Union, can host a session. As the cafes are short, we suggest beginning with a provocation or stimulus for discussion. It could be an image, story, poem, personal experience, quote, news report or lesson topic.