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Have you experienced racism at a UK university?


A new report has concluded that UK universities perpetuate institutional racism. The finding comes days after a black student at Manchester university was allegedly racially profiled by a security guard.

We want to hear from black and minority ethnic students and lecturers about their experiences.

Share your experiences

How well do you think your university addresses racism, including institutional racism? How robust are the policies and procedures to deal with complaints of racism? How difficult have you found it to speak out about racism, whether by students or staff?

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