• Norwood Forum

Lockdown, Vaccines and the Virus

There are a lot of questions around the vaccine and virus impacts for the BAME community. This evening The Ubele Initiative is hosting a space to have an honest dialogue about lockdown, vaccines and the virus - also to acknowledge the devastating loss that so many people have experienced this far as a result of Covid-19.

Tonight's Ubele Emergency Conversation will bring together policy makers, medical specialists and community leaders to reflect on the devastating impact of Wave 2, receive up to date information on the national COVID-19 guidance and ask questions.

Ubele Emergency Conversation Part 2: Lockdown, Vaccines and the Virus
Thursday 28 January, 6pm-8pm

Yassmin Abdel Magied Writer, Author and Speaker, Social Activist
Michael Hamilton Programme Director at The Ubele Initiative

Our guest panellists:
Dr Carlon Fitzpatrick NHS Clinical Entrepreneur
Dr. Deepti Gurdasani Senior Lecturer in Clinical Epidemiology at Queen Mary University in London
Dr. Lailah Alidu Researcher in Ethnicity and COVID-19 Study
Dr Halima Begum Chief Executive of the Runnymede Trust
Dr. Raliat Onatade Chief Pharmacist and Clinical Director for Medicines Optimisation at NHS Trust
Dr Sarah Ann Filson Infectious Diseases and Microbiology Registrar
Dr Yansie Rolston FRSA BAMEStream Programme Developer
Imam Ajmal Masroor Author, Broadcaster
Nadhim Zahawi Minister for COVID Vaccine Deployment
Yvonne Field Founder and CEO of The Ubele Initiative

To reserve your place, please follow this link: www.ubele.org/calendar/2021/1/28/ubele-emergency-conversation-part-2-lockdown-vaccines-and-the-virus

event date: 

Thursday, January 28, 2021