GRACE International Workshop Series #2
Workshop II - Black women and opportunities in higher education
Analysis of strategies aimed at black women at UFRJ and UCLan, considering the recruitment and professional progression of staff of colour in higher education. Evaluating where there have been advances, the correlations that can be observed and lessons to be learned from these experiences.
- Prof Dr Ana Lúcia Nunes, Coordinator of the Centre of Gender and Ethno-racial relations in the Audio-visual Education in Science and Health (NUTES Institute/UFRJ)
- Prof Dr Champika Lasanthi Liyanage, Professor in Facilities Management, School of Engineering and Member of Gender Equality Athena Swan group at