We hold regular exhibitions and events in Manchester related to the work we do. These events include book launches, photography exhibitions and oral histories.

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COVID-19 Collecting

Is your experience during COVID-19 represented? Are your stories missing? We’d love to hear from you.

Closure from 17.3.2020

In line with the UK Government’s latest advice on coronavirus and the closure of the University of Manchester, the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre will be closed until further notice. It was decided yesterday (17.3.2020) that the Centre will close so that we can prioritise the safety of our staff, students, and users […]

Pop-Up Exhibition: Mixed-race children of war

Visit our pop-up exhibition, based on Lucy Bland’s book, Britain’s Brown Babies: The stories of children born to black GIs and white women in the Second World War.

21 Years of Activism

This year’s events will be inspired by our theme of 21 Years of Activism. This is to celebrate our 21st birthday, and to acknowledge that activism is central to the work of the AIU Centre. Please keep an eye on this page as it will be updated as each event is confirmed.