As part of representation, and through training from the CUSU women’s officer, the WCSA Equality & Diversity officer and the BME Representative provide support BME students at Wolfson. Additional responsibilities include campaigning on behalf of students and organising events throughout the year.
Dayo Afolabi, the BME Representative, is responsible for representing BME students in Wolfson and can be contacted at .
WCSA Equality & Diversity Officer
For any concerns, questions or support you can also contact Lily Lewis, at: email@example.com .
The Black and Minority Ethnic Campaign from CUSU represents BME students at Cambridge University. For welfare, support, events and information see:
Their Facebook group is: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2210226753/about/
There are a number of BME societies in Cambridge; the ACS: https://www.facebook.com/cambridge.acs, PakSoc: https://www.facebook.com/cambridge.paksoc/ and Korean society https://www.facebook.com/CambridgeUniversityKoreanSociety/.
Further societies can be found on the general page: http://www.societies.cam.ac.uk/.