Business as usual: BME academics in higher education

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Abstract

The presentation was one of three keynotes designed to review the research on BME Academics in higher education and help inform policy proposals by the Runnymede Trust to a Parliamentary enquiry. This presentation surveyed policies in the last decade and argued that external pressures on universities to address race equality had radically diminished such that race equality was virtually off the agenda.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 18 Oct 2013
EventA Discussion of the Role of Black and Minority Ethnic Academics in Higher Education - Kanaris Lecture Theatre, Manchester Museum, University of Manchester
Duration: 18 Oct 2013 → …

Conference

ConferenceA Discussion of the Role of Black and Minority Ethnic Academics in Higher Education
Period18/10/13 → …

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    Pilkington, A. (2013). Business as usual: BME academics in higher education. Paper presented at A Discussion of the Role of Black and Minority Ethnic Academics in Higher Education, .