Greenbank Halls of Residence
Gladstone Hall is part of the University of Liverpool’s Greenbank site which was demolished and recently rebuilt. Discussions between the University and its Guild of Students around naming this Hall have been in progress for some time.
A recent open letter from current students calling for the Hall to be renamed has further highlighted that this is an important issue within our University community. The selection of an alternative name will be a democratic process involving students and colleagues across the University.
We have an important opportunity to ensure that the name of this new hall reflects our values of equality and respect while sending a clear message about the commitments we have made to our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic staff and student community.
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