Student Partners: Stephanie Stevens, Natalie Camacho, Ebunoluwa Bamgbade, Anne Mai Nguyen, Rumana Khanom, Ejiakaedo Ohanebo, Sarah Akpoure, Farah Sheraz
Academic Partners: Emma Flint, Bharat Malkani, Jane Tope
An online magazine created by law students to tackle and address the cultural and ethnic bias by breaking down the cultural barriers. The magazine aims to provide a platform for BAME students to express their views and cultures to create a more inclusive university and raise awareness of exclusionary problems. The project also provides the student editorial board with a fun and unique way to gain skills and knowledge necessary to have a successful career.
Provide additional support to BAME students to help begin to close the attainment gap and increase the likelihood of entering a graduate job
Break down the cultural barriers that exist between white and BAME students by tackling the invisibility of exclusionary problems that persist in higher education
Make law students more culturally aware and sensitive to different ethnic problems, facts etc, whilst giving BAME students a place where their voices can be heard in the law school
Make BAME students aware of the career opportunities that are available to them and for them