CARICUK: Creative Approaches to Race and In/security in the Caribbean and the UK

CARICUK: Creative Approaches to Race and In/security in the Caribbean and the UK is a year-long collaboration between artists and educators, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). It aims to transform discussions about race in UK higher education institutions. It will redefine race as an in/security. This is based on the model of Caribbean In/securities, which sees security and insecurity as perspectival and relational terms that people negotiate in their everyday lives and through creative means. Understanding race as an in/security means that education institutions and black communities will negotiate better outcomes between them, with listening and change on both sides.