Tuesday 5th February, 12.30-2pm.This event has been postponed. Please check the UCL website for updates.
University College London, Gower Street.
The 2012 Olympics represented Britain as a confident, multi-ethnic country. From the opening ceremony to the laudation of Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis, did the Olympics help build a bridge across the ethnic divide in our society? Or, as the glow of pride fades, can we really say we inspired a generation to think differently about race? This event will be an open fora of experts discussing a range of topics relating to the Olympic legacy, modern London and diversity.
Lunch will be provided at this highly interactive event so registration is essential. Please register here