This interactive workshop presents the latest research on physical, mental and social health among African, Caribbean and mixed race communities The event explores a range of themes where you can share your views, ideas and experiences using creative activities and learning technology.
We will be discussing a range of subjects of interest to communities such as the rise in parental abuse, young Black men and the criminal justice system and much more.
Help us to improve the representation of African, Caribbean and mixed heritage communities in research. Make links with researchers and members of the community, who are working to find solutions to shared problems. Celebrate the achievements of individuals and organisations who are making a positive impact in society.
Attendees will get a preview of the findings that have emerged from a health and wellbeing study. There will also be an opportunity to take part in the project.
It is free to attend the event, where you can access information stalls and activities. The full programme will be released in October.
If you wish to take part in the workshops please register in advance as spaces are limited. Individuals who register will be contacted to select workshops that are of interest.
Food and light refreshments will be provided.
Date and Time
University of East London
University Square Campus (near Stratford Circus Theatre)
1 Salway Rd