Specialising in Applied Human Rights and Ethical Governance
Professor Kay Hampton Chaired the Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights event: 'Glasgow 2014 - A Games for Every Community' on 22 March 2013. Engaging Scotland's ethnic minorities with the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games was be the theme. Find out more.
Professor Kay Hampton spoke at the Inaugural Symposium by the Coalition for Racial Equality & Rights (CRER) on 21 March 2013 in Glasgow. The event entitled 'Race Equality in Scotland: The Next 10 Years' was held as part of the UN Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
Professor Kay Hampton has been appointed as a lay-member of the Scottish Solicitors’ Discipline Tribunal.
The Scottish Government press release can be viewed here.
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Professor Kay Hampton FRSA, FHEA
'I was a child of the South African Apartheid system and my awareness of being ‘different’ began so innocently in not being able to join other children in the ‘white’ paddling pool on Durban’s Beachfront. So it is hardly surprising that my Education focused on learning about Sociological issues and that I would want to apply that knowledge throughout my professional career. Apartheid may be gone but the inequalities it engendered reveal themselves in many other ways in modern society, some very obvious and personalised and some much more subtle through poverty, employment and access to services. My passion for a Fair and Just Society is as strong as ever and I will remain inspired by the many words of Nelson Mandela such as these on his visit to London in 2005…'
“…Massive poverty and obscene inequality are such terrible scourges of our times - times in which the world boasts breathtaking advances in science, technology, industry and wealth accumulation - that they have to rank alongside slavery and apartheid as social evils”
Cultural Change and Policy Development. With unrivalled expertise in this field, her extensive credentials enable service providers to fully comply with Statutory requirements.
Her Research and Evaluation work is referenced widely and is documented along with her other Conference and Media activities here. She advises and contributes to key Research and Policy Development work and serves on several Public and Third Sector Boards providing Leadership and Governance support.
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