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Decolonisation groups

Small pockets of lively activity are happening across the collegiate University, filled with students and staff alike invested in creating lasting change to the curriculum at Cambridge. The Curriculum Reform will allow better integration of authors from the Global South across different curricula, not as token authors but as required reading. The reforms are also looking at creating standalone courses that detail issues from the Global South as well as those from the Global North. For more on the various efforts across the University toward creating changes in the curriculum see the links below.


How changing the curriculum has helped with my academic success

"Since the course has made the curriculum more inclusive by adding new perspectives, I relate much more to what I am learning. It's such a relief to know that other students are also keen to see change in our curriculum - even my white peers have opted to study the more diverse topics and thinkers on the course."

- Education student