What is One World Week?
One World Week is a series of events and activities organised by staff and students that aim to highlight and celebrate the different cultures and nationalities here at the university.
When is One World Week?
One World Week 2019 takes place the week of March 18-22.
Why celebrate One World Week?
One World Week aims to celebrate and showcase the wide cultural diversity here at the University of Brighton. Coordinated by Student Services, it includes events and participation from Brighton Students Union, student societies, academic schools, central departments, and community organisations. This series of events will allow students and staff to participate in, enjoy, and learn more about the different cultures of their university community.
Who celebrates One World Week?
One World Week is celebrated across universities in the UK at different. The University of Brighton and the University of Sussex always hold their events during the same week in March. Students are invited to attend the various events organised by the two universities.
Where are One World Week events listed?
All One World Week events and activities will listed here as well as being posted nearer the time on our Facebook page.
Who are the organisers?
International Student Support Officers, Sarah Digon and Sarah Herbert are the coordinators. However, the events are organised with staff and students across the university, and in collaboration with Brighton Students Union.
You can contact Sarah Digon and Sarah Herbert with any queries/ ideas at:
Do you want to host a One World Week event?
We’d love to join us in celebrating One World Week. There is still time to Whether it’s running a music night or offering free samples of food to your fellow students, if you have an event that you would like to run as part of One World Week, please get in touch with us.