About the Lecture:
Dr. Stuart will host an open discussion prompted by a few significant themes such as BritExit, migration, sexual/racial violence anti-Semitism and their implications on society today. The aim is to explore how these impact upon student life and how we might mitigate this, especially in a new world of social media and powerful social influencers.
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About the Presenter:
Dr. Stuart is an academic researcher and an independent equalities consultant, who has written key works on race, disability and social care. As an academic, he was a researcher at St Antony’s College, Oxford, and York Universities. He has also taught social history at the University of Surrey. Since 2002 he has worked as a freelance researcher and consultant and has been commissioned by the Department of Health, disabled people’s user led organisations and other voluntary sector organisations to provide training, advice and research relevant to social care. For example, Dr. Stuart’s current commission is to evaluate the significance of ethnicity within the social care workforce for Skill for Care and the Department of Health.
As an equality and diversity consultant, he has an expertise in four areas. These are: Disability Leadership, Disability Equality Training, Equality and Diversity (E&D) Training and Consultancy, Disability and E&D Research and Report Writing.
Dr. Stuart is a wheelchair user and is of African Caribbean decent. He firmly believes that we are all entitled to fully participate in society and have control over our own destinies. These two ideas have heavily influenced everything he has done, and will do, in his working life.