Black Asian and Minority Ethnicity - Update

Posted 26 March 2021
By Evie Kyte
As part of my manifesto I was elected on in March 2020, I have run a campaign on how to better meet the mental health needs of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity student at the University of Hull. 

Black Asian and Minority Ethnicity Mental Health

As part of my manifesto I was elected on in March 2020, I have run a campaign on how to better meet the mental health needs of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity student at the University of Hull. I would like to thank everyone who has been involved in this campaign, particularly Elise Bateman (Campaigns and Democracy Co-ordinator), Nicole Steele (Student Voice Manager), Simeon Orduen (President of Education) and Shekinah Komolafe (BAME students’ representative).

After getting your feedback, here’s all the information and results about the Black Asian and Minority Ethnicity Mental health campaign all in one place.  (As of March 2021)

For the blog explaining the reasoning behind the campaign click here

For the full report and results of the campaign click here.

For the presentation of the campaign click here.

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