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Video available for 'If not now, then when?'

Rob Neil OBE

Rob Neil OBE

We hope that you found If not now, then when? In Conversation with Rob Neil OBE a powerfully mobilising and engaging session. We send huge thanks to you for joining the discussion and to our co-hosts, panellists and special guest speaker.

If you were not able to make the event, or would like to watch it again, a recording is available below:


You can also watch the video thorough Microsoft Streams. Please note that the video is only available to internal staff and students, and you may need to enter your University log-in details to view it. If you are from outside the University and would like to watch the video, please contact

We hope the event inspires discussion within your individual team and School or Function.

BAME Allyship

Being a BAME Ally is much more than just saying "Count me in". It is a commitment to understanding how race and racial beliefs affect the experiences of your BAME colleagues and students. It is about listening and self-reflecting. It is about being visible and challenging unacceptable behaviour. It is about asking what you can do to change things, rather than looking at others. It is a constant process of learning.

A good place to  start is at the BAME Network's Padlet board for Allies, which contains a rich collection of links and resources. If you'd like to join the BAME Network as an Ally, please email

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