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Closing the HE attainment gap in psychology

May 16, 2019
An open letter to: Sarb Bajwa, Chief Executive, British Psychological Society David Murphy, Current President, British Psychological Society We read with great interest the Universities UK 'Closing the Gap' report focused on…
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#BritsSoWhite – has anything changed?

Binna Kandola
February 20, 2019
The music industry is often thought of as extremely progressive. When we think of iconic artists such as David Bowie, Prince or Michael Jackson, it’s difficult not to consider their influence on…
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A few words on Liam Neeson’s recent interview

Guilaine Kinouani
February 7, 2019
When I first read the Independent's piece on Liam Neeson within which he describes setting out to murder a Black man as a response to the alleged rape of an acquaintance, I…
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“Making it Real” at all stages of selection with Situational Judgement Tests

Laura Haycock
November 9, 2018
As Diversity and Inclusion has become a key priority, it is time to re-examine accepted assessment and selection practices. Some of our most trusted techniques can be at odds with our aims…
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Micro-incivilities – Do the little things matter?

Louise Weston
March 29, 2018
I’m fascinated by micro-incivilities and with the launch of Binna Kandola’s book ‘Racism at Work: The Danger of Indifference’, it feels like a good opportunity to share my experience of race and…
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