Content for the toolkit is developed for student recruitment campaigns for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. New entrants are invited to discuss belonging and feelings of imposter syndrome whilst doing their degree. Race equality objectives are promoted through intitatives aimed at encouraging belonging and engagement of the curriculum for improving race equality. Discussions on personal journeys and reflections aim to empower individuals to talk confidently about race.

Resources required:

  • Potential materials used as part of the year of learning and those reflections (lessons/best practice).

Available evidence of impact:

  • Student engagement.
  • Shift of attitudes.
  • Staff engagement and commitment across the institution.

Links to available resources:

Implementation and potential challenges:

  • Think about how to link with initiatives such as the Race Equality Charter.
  • Networking/Partnering.
  • Resourcing/partners in race equality.
  • Culture change.
  • Engagement/commitment.

How to Use:

  • Refer to Kings Race discussions toolkit.
  • Engage staff and students in race discussions through contributing personal reflections.
  • Use guidance on framing conversations.