Dr Karen Salt is the Director of the Centre for Research in Race and Rights at the University of Nottingham. She is an expert on sovereignty, politics and the ways that discourses regarding difference influence narratives, decision-making and systems of governance. Years of considering the impact of racial and political discourses in the Atlantic world has led to a broader interest in the ways global minority communities marshal their collective power and participate in local, national and international governance structures. She continues to advise and research these topics, especially as they relate to inclusive practices and racial equity, with organisations. She is also a member of Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Advisory Board.
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