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A rights based approach to development as a priority for addressing race inequality in higher education research institutions (2015)
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Olaiya, H. B. A. (2015, September). A rights based approach to development as a priority for addressing race inequality in higher education research institutions. Presented at Vitae Researcher Development International Conference 2015 - Special Interest Session A8

Differentials in the attainment and retention levels of students and staff from different ethnicities, including researchers highlight disproportionate inequalities as a result of structural discrimination in education and employment. This threatens... Read More about A rights based approach to development as a priority for addressing race inequality in higher education research institutions.

Tale of two cities (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Olaiya, H. B. A. (2015, June). Tale of two cities. Presented at European Network Against Racism

Powerpoint presentation on structural discrimination faced by people of African descent, made at the European Network Against Racism General Assembly, June 2015.

Transforming our world: “A Tale of Two Cities” - Micro study of challenges to urban sustainability faced by Afro Europeans (2015)
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Olaiya, H. B. A. (2015, June). Transforming our world: “A Tale of Two Cities” - Micro study of challenges to urban sustainability faced by Afro Europeans. Presented at General Assembly of the European Network Against Racism, 2015

A case study of Bristol illustrates the relevance of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in addressing race inequality, e.g. to achive urban sustainability.

Transforming our world: Why empower marginalised communities through attainment of sustainable development goals in the international decade for people of African descent? (2015)
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Olaiya, H. B. A. (2015, June). Transforming our world: Why empower marginalised communities through attainment of sustainable development goals in the international decade for people of African descent?. Poster presented at European Network Against Racism

The research poster was exhibited and distributed at the General Assembly of ENAR held in Brussels; and subsequently in Bristol at the HAS Faculty Conference on Equality & Diversity held on Glenside Campus, UWE in Summer 2015. The object of exhibitin... Read More about Transforming our world: Why empower marginalised communities through attainment of sustainable development goals in the international decade for people of African descent?.