Understanding Mental Health: Exploring the challenges and coping strategies adopted by Black students at Universities in the UK

  • Seuwou, P. (Author)
  • Yaz Osho (Author)
  • Christina Dzineku (Author)

Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsConference Presentation


The Centres for Innovation and Research in Legal Education (CIRLE) and Law and Social Justice (LSJ) at the University of Leeds School of Law are co-hosting a free event where panelists will explore what living Black at University means for students and staff. This is about the whole University experience and is explicitly not curriculum focused. It is intended that these papers will contribute to a book on Living Black at University. The event is led by the research team who delivered the Living Black at University report in February 2022 (Osaro Otobo, ‘Teleola Cartwright and Nick Cartwright) all of whom will be speaking at the event, joining them as speakers and panelists are a mix of academics and practitioners from Universities across England and Scotland.
Period3 Mar 2023
Event titleLiving Black at University Hybrid Symposium
Event typeConference
LocationLeeds, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational