Critically Thinking about Race, Religion and Belief/Non-belief

Event Date: 16 November 2016

Wednesday 16 November 2016, 12-pm – Upper Lecture Theatre, Peter Jost Centre, Byrom Street, Liverpool, L3 3AF.

The event will start at 12pm with refreshments, including multicultural food, and actual talks begin at 1pm.

The line-up of three speakers will explore race, religion and belief/non-belief followed by interactive sessions of questions and answers. After the talks, the third guest will treat the audience to a comedy performance.


Event Speakers / Performer:

Barrister Zia Chaudhry MBEBarrister, Author, Speaker

Talk title: Muslims from British and International Communities – A history or a future?

Zia will also cover in his talk, the interlink between culture, race and religious belief or non-belief and observing religious practices.

Emy Onuora – Speaker and Author

Talk title: How can sport help us to think more critically about race and racism?

Emy will critically consider race, racism, unconscious bias intercultural competence and intersectionality.

Ishi Khan Jackson – BAME stand-up comedian

Her latest show, “Ishi Khan-Jackson: I’mMigrant!” tackles migration, identity & belonging. Zambian-born, with Indian roots, Ishi calls Britain home.


Places are limited. Register your interest online.

For more information, please contact Laura Pieroni via email at or

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