Cambridge University Students' Union Anti-Racism
Contact us to report incidents, for more information or if you wish to get invovled:
You can contact the Anti-Racism Officer at email@example.com
These pages aim to provide information about:
- What the anti-racism campaign is all about
- What to do if you suffer racism at Cambridge
- Minority student issues within Cambridge
- Cultural and Religious societies within the University of Cambridge
- Anti-racism websites / campaigns
The CUSU Awards for Diversity and Understanding
Do you know a student or a society who:
- Has taken an active stand against racism, homophobia and intolerance in Cambridge?
- Strives to increase religious or social understanding in Cambridge?
- Actively promotes ethnic or cultural diversity in Cambridge?
The CUSU Special Awards aim to highlight, recognize and support the positive work students and societies are doing to reduce stigma and promote understanding in the Cambridge University community.
Awards will be £50 and £30 to further the activities of the student/society and will be presented on 24th October - 3rd November in a high profile Love Music Hate Racism Concert as part of Cambridge University Stands Up week.
Get your nominations in now!
To nominate a student or a society download and fill in this form.
The Anti-Racism Campaign supports Cambridge University Faiths Forum. This society acts as a discussion forum for the religious societies within the university. It also also coordinates events which are open to absolutely anyone to encourage a good, understanding and tolerant relationship between different faith communities.
In a time where there is an increase of racial and religious tensions on campuses, CUSU Anti-Racism Campaign is proud to be involved in such an important and progressive society. Please see the CUFF website for further information: http://www.srcf.ucam.org/cuff/