Please join us for the Our Changing World Lecture, "In our own terms: evolving identities and diversities in black and minority ethnic youth", with Dr Rowena Arshad.
Recent engagements with the Scottish and EU Referendum show that young people are largely outward looking, comfortable within themselves and far more accepting of diversity and differences.
Have their views outstripped those who govern and make policy? How in particular are black and minority ethnic young people self-representing and what opportunities do they have to contribute to tomorrow's agenda?
Furthermore, when black and minority ethnic young people become politicised and engaged, will this be attractive or a cause of concern?
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