SIR LENNY HENRY CENTRE FOR MEDIA DIVERSITY
An independent new body working to achieve accurate representation of all sections of society across contemporary UK media.
The Sir Lenny Henry Centre for Media Diversity is a newly established research centre, bringing together the expertise of established media professionals and academics.
The Centre believes that accurate representation of all sections of society in all layers of the UK media is vital. Involved in the Centre are Sir Lenny Henry, Professor Diane Kemp (the Centre's Director), Marcus Ryder MBE and Marverine Duffy, all leading figures in the efforts to increase diversity and inclusion in the UK media industry.
A journal for research and best practice in how to make UK media more representative of all sections of society.Find out more
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Showcasing the work of our team campaigning for media diversity in the industry.Find out more
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