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Date: Wednesday 27 November 2019
Time: 12:30 - 14:00
Alistair Hunter Room,
Margot Turner has taken part in the Student Staff Partnership grant a couple of times and is going to share her insight on her projects that she ran in collaboration with students. Using an interdisciplinary approach, Margot’s projects emphasises the role that St George’s can play to empower people to influence and improve societies and communities. This session will discuss the Black History Month exhibition and work being done to address honour-based violence, family rituals and forced marriages.
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