What Should We Teach?


Join thought leader Ebun Joseph, co-founder and coordinator of the first Black Studies module in Ireland at University College Dublin (UCD)
on UCD Discovery's Zoom for Thought 15-min chat series on;

Tuesday November 10th 2020 @ 2 pm GMT

where she will discuss why:

 "People of Colour in Ireland Need Allies, Not Bystanders"


Join the UCD Discovery Zoom for Thought chat via zoom: https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/j/86380061715


The event kicks off at 2 pm sharp and finishes at 2.15 pm.



Dr. Ebun Joseph is a race relations consultant. She is a Teaching Fellow at TCD, she also lectures and coordinates the module in Black Studies and critical race theory in Education at UCD. Ebun holds the position of Career Development Consultant at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and she previously worked with Business in the Community Ireland for over nine years as Training and Employment Officer.

Dr Joseph has a PhD in Equality Studies from UCD School of Social Justice. She has an M.Ed. in Adult Guidance and Counselling from Maynooth University; an IACP accredited diploma in Professional Counselling and a B.Sc. in Microbiology from the University of Benin. She focused her PhD dissertation, titled ‘Racial Stratification in the Irish labour market’ on workforce experiences. 

Ebun is also an author; TV panellist, Columnist for the Dublin Inquirer on race, Chairperson of African Scholars Association Ireland (AfSAI) and an equality activist. She is a co-author of the book, Challenging Perceptions of Africa in Schools: Critical Approaches to Global Justice Education, with Routledge and her book, Racial stratification in Ireland: A Critical race theory of labour market inequality with Manchester University press is in production.