Diversity | White staff assigned ethnic minority mentors

White staff assigned ethnic minority mentors

Cambridge University has long been a calling card of affluence and privilege within British culture for its association with private education and its history of hosting aristocrats and royalty, such as the future King of England himself the Prince of Wales.

However, in a move aimed at combatting what it called ‘structural racism,’ Cambridge has introduced a ‘reverse mentoring’ scheme.

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