Our purpose is to be the voice of the BAME community at Coventry University, whilst promoting inclusion amongst students and proactively address BAME issues. What's On BAME Community Meeting Meeting Room 1 - The Hub Join your community for the first meeting of 2019 ! Latest News Revision tips: how to avoid a meltdown in the exam hall Experts offer their advice on exam preparation – from different studying methods to dealing with mid-paper panic University visit to Auschwitz aims to combat antisemitism Students’ union leaders and university staff visit former Nazi concentration camp to help stamp out discrimination on UK campuses What are the aims of NUS Black Students' this year? Discover how the NUS Black Students’ Campaign is changing things for the better... It's time for universities to make race equality a priority Universities say they are taking steps to promote BAME staff and address the attainment gap, but is progress far too slow? Events Calendar <January 2019> MTWTFSS31123456789101112131415:00 - 16:00BAME Community MeetingMeeting Room 1 - The Hub151617181920212223242526272829303112345678910 Get Involved CUSU Committees are open for every student to attend, everyone can submit ideas, everyone can vote on ideas, action plans and campaigns and everyone can help build the best communities in Coventry University. If you have any ideas for changes that should be made then all you have to do is submit your idea online and we go from there, simple! Next Meeting BAME Community Meeting 14th January 3pm - 4pm Meeting Room 1 - The Hub Join your community for the first meeting of 2019 ! Your Officer Gloria Adebayo Your Ideas Share and vote on ideas to change your community, Union or University! Your Ideas Join this Community To get the latest news and events by email, just sign up below: Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic Students Please log in to change your memberships. Policy and Actions NUS Black Students Campaign Name Change Consultation Survey Launch NUS Black Students Campaign Name Change Consultation survey launches today asking students for alternatives terms to political blackness. The terminology selected will also be used to rename the campaign.