Sado Jirde is the director of Black South West Network (BSWN), a charity focused on human rights, equality, access to knowledge and socio-economic inclusion within the framework of advocating on behalf of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities. She also sits on various local, regional and national networks and forums including; Coalition of Race Equality Organisations (CORE), Common Cause Advisory Board, Bristol & Bath Regional Capital Strategy & Innovation Board, Tackling Race Disparities Steering Group and the Bristol Commission for Race Equality. She has over 10 years’ experience working in the Civil Society sector in the UK & Internal. She was awarded the African Achievers Award in 2015.
Events featuring this speaker
Women of colour have often been at the forefront of movements to create more humane and integrated policies and places. What can historic and global movements for change teach us about the future of cities?
Following a screening of the new film #ThereIsBlackInTheUnionJack, the panel will explore issues of identity, inclusion and belonging in future cities.