Leeds11 Network

Why Leeds11?

This figure represents the percentage of staff who have currently declared they are from a Black or Minority Ethnic (BME) background.

We want to provide a positive, supportive and active network for staff that brings together people who identify with a minority ethnic group. The Leeds11 Network exists to provide an environment for BME staff to socialise and receive mutual support.

Please contact leeds11@leeds.ac.uk if you would like further information or if you have any queries.

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Our opening event for National Inclusion Week is the Diversity Café – an opportunity to meet representatives from our staff...

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The University is looking for colleagues who would like to be involved with the Black History Month celebrations this October,...

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Our full National Inclusion Week 2019 programme has been announced! Download our 2019 programme booklet, book onto one of the...

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We’ve had a request from Lelir Yeung, Head of Equality, Communities, Leeds City Council to circulate this message re: an...

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A poignant and uplifting tribute to the lives, journeys and stories of pioneering Jamaicans no longer with us who settled...

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OUR FULL PROGRAMME HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED! Our 2019 schedule is available in booklet form here, you can book onto the...

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A month of events focusing on the nationwide celebration of Black History, Arts and Culture in the UK. Check back...

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An outstanding panel of three stellar writers with Jamaican roots – Sara Collins (The Confessions of Frannie Langton), Colin Grant...

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