All in! Regularising ethnic presence in the curriculum
  

Glasgow University to pay back slave trade profits

Glasgow University has agreed to raise and spend £20m in reparations after discovering it benefited by millions of pounds from the slave trade. It is believed to be the first institution in the UK to implement such a "programme of restorative justice". The money will be raised and spent over the next 20 years on setting up and running the Glasgow-Caribbean Centre for Development Research, managed in partnership with the University of the West Indies.

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Posted on Friday 6th September 2019

All in! Regularising ethnic presence in the curriculum

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