Psychodynamic impact of Covid-19 on BAME People

Psychodynamic impact of Covid-19 on BAME People

‘Understanding Society’ series from OPUS


7 December 2020

‘Understanding Society’ series from OPUS

On 16 December 6.00 pm – 8.00 pm (GMT) Augustine Sagoe (OPUS) and
Leslie Brissett (Tavistock Institute) will be presenting the 3rd event in OPUS’ ‘Understanding Society’ series: The psychodynamic impact of COVID-19 on BAME people.

Following the success of the previous two events, OPUS – an Organisation for Promoting Understanding of Society is proud to present Understanding 3 in association with the Institute.

This event will provide an opportunity to think about the experiences of black and minority-ethnic people. It will consist of a sharing of experiences as well as discussion in small groups and will be asking the questions: Where do we go from here and how can BAME and white people work together?

This event is free to attend but a donation of between £5-£12+ is suggested. All proceeds will go towards the valuable work of OPUS.

Book tickets for this online event here.

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