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Inclusive Global Histories - Our journey towards decolonisation, diversity and inclusion

Centre for Public History Seminar on March 15 @ Seminar Room, 27 University Square

Agrippa's role focuses around the documentation and researching of National Museums NI's World Cultures collections. He has over 20 years of experience in the non-profit, education, and community sectors with current interests in ethics and community engagement in museums. As Community Engagement Officer on the Global Voices Local Choices project at National Museums NI he played a vital role in coordinating and facilitating the program across six museums in Northern Ireland. Their work focused on promoting inclusivity and diversity by empowering marginalized communities, ensuring their voices are heard through how World cultures objects are interpreted. As a committed advocate for inclusive practices within the museum, ethical decision-making processes and decolonization, Agrippa brings valuable  insights to the UK Museums Association Ethics committee's work as its member. He also supports the MMMV project at Queens University Belfast on its Advisory Group.

This seminar will be on March 15th, 2024 at 4:00 PM in the Seminar Room in 27 University Square.

Agrippa Njanina
Assistant Curator of Inclusive Global Histories at National Museums NI