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Mental Health in BAME Communities

Event run by Greenwich Students' Union
Thursday 28 January 2021
noon - 1:30pm
Microsoft Teams

Led by GSU Officer Zoe Campbell, this will be a safe space for BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) students to come and share their experiences and offer support to each other. Zoe will also be talking about the Officer demands around Decolonising the Univeristy and the BAME awarding gap. 


This will be a chance for you to meet GSU and other students and answer questions around what mental health means to you as a BAME student. How have you felt supported by staff and discuss how we can do better at Greenwich in supporting BAME mental health. 


This event will take place on Teams. Please register to attend to receive a link to join the session.


£0.00 (Register to attend)