Our officers, Ebun and Amy have been researching about nationwide university curriculums and flaws within them. From this, they are campaigning to liberate your curriculum and make it inclusive and representative for all. Find out more about their steps to doing this and help out here.


  • To work to reduce the attainment gap at the University of Brighton that currently means students of black or minority ethnicities are 22% less likely to achieve a 2:1 or 1st class degree, compared to white students who enter with the same or equivalent academic qualifications.
  • To empower students across all schools to comment and critique where they feel their curriculum does not reflect issues of diversity, equality and
  • To inform students of the work being carried out by their elected Students’ Union officers, University staff and the National Union of Students to issues relevant to decolonising the curriculum.


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Your officers are representing you at the following meetings:

22/02/2018 - Student Lifecycle Network

28/02/2018 - WiPAT (Widening Participation) Meeting

01/03/2018 - Race Equality Steering Group

20/03/2018 - WiPAT (Widening Participation) Meeting

18/04/2018 - We Rise Event

24/04/2018 - WiPAT (Widening Participation) Meeting

22/05/2018 - WiPAT (Widening Participation) Meeting

31/05/2018 - Race Equality Steering Group

19/06/2018 - WiPAT (Widening Participation) Meeting

11/07/2018 - WiPAT (Widening Participation) Meeting

If you’d like to find out more about the meetings or want to contribute any ideas or feedback to them, please contact Amy (VP Welfare & Campaigns) at

We have a lot going on throughout this campaign for you to come along to. Check out our calendar below to see more and get involved!

We Rise BME Event
18th April noon - 5pm
Sallis Benney Theatre, Grand Parade


Read our blog posts to find out more about what we’ve been up to and changes that we’ve successfully made throughout this campaign!

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We love students to get involved! Here is your chance to have your say on how your curriculum can improve in terms of reflecting issues of diversity, equality and discrimination. Or maybe you have a suggestion where your course could decolonise the curriculum?

For all suggestions made, Vice President Welfare and Campaigns, Amy Jaiteh will process them provide a response informing you what will happen with your suggestion. If you would like any more information or to make any additional comments, please contact Amy at

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