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Equality & Diversity



01 October 


Sports Fair 2018 is coming!

The Sports Fair will focus solely on the promotion of competitive and recreational sporting opportunities available to students during their time at Cambridge.

For further information on the Sports Fair please contact Ashley Edwards (Marketing Coordinator) or Lucy McGennity (Sports Clubs Coordinator) (0)1223(3)3 6580 or visit 



18 October 

The Centre for Family Research  and LGBTQ+@Cam 
are pleased to host a joint lecture: 

 U.S. National Longitudinal
Lesbian Family Study:
From Reagan to Trump

Dr. Nanette Gartrell Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law

​Full details available here 

20 October 

Black Power, In Britain and on Film 

3.30 - 5.00pm 
Faculty of Law  |  Sidgwick Site  |  10 West Road, CB3 9DZ 

Until recently, Britain’s Black Power movement was all but erased from narratives of contemporary history. Robin Bunce, a historian based at Homerton College, chairs a discussion of film makers and screen writers who are bringing the hidden history of Black Power to the screen. The discussion begins by looking at the impact of Black Power on British television in the 1980s, with shows such as King of the Ghetto, and the Bandung Files, before looking at John Ridley’s Guerilla, and contemporary documentaries which have brought British black history to the screen.

Participants include:

Misan Sagay is an award-winning screenwriter and producer. She won the NAACP Image Award for writing BELLE. Sagay’s producing and screenwriting credits include Secret Laughter of Women, and Their Eyes Were Watching God. Sagay wrote on "Guerrilla" with John Ridley and is currently writing "Battersea Rise" for BBC, "Imprinted" for ITV, and adapting the life of Dame Daphne Sheldrick, “Life, Love and Elephants” and FELA for Focus Features for the screen.

Anna Ssemuyaba, screen writer and script editor. She is currently working with Channel 4, Fifty Fathoms, and Drama Republic.

Cathy Hassan, Director and Producer of Beyond the Photo (2017)

Helen Bart, Legal Producer, Stephen: The Murder that Changed A Nation (On The Corner Films) for BBC1, Lead Research consultant, Steve McQueen Project, former BBC Community Affairs Reporter, English Regions.

Farrukh Dhondy, leading member of the British Black Panthers, author, screen writer and Producer for Channel 4

Bookings open 24 September at 11am.