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Juries, not judges, lead the way against racial bias in our justice system

The Guardian
September 15, 2017
The Lammy Review found that juries were consistent in their decision-making, irrespective of the ethnicity of the defendant. Judges are a different story. We are told our criminal justice system is the…
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Internalised sexism: an unconscious bias that is kept out of the spotlight

HR Zone
August 21, 2017
There’s been much discussion of late about the ways in which women have been insulted or marginalised by their male counterparts in the working world due to biases around gender. The most…
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Internalised sexism: an unconscious bias that is kept out of the spotlight

HR Zone
August 21, 2017
There’s been much discussion of late about the ways in which women have been insulted or marginalised by their male counterparts in the working world due to biases around gender.
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Theresa May: the perfect case study of modern sexism

We are the City
August 14, 2017
Driving a train is so easy, that “even a woman can do it.” These were the words spoken by Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, on the floor of the House of…
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Unconscious bias in action: four of the most common bias-related issues in people decisions

HR Zone
August 9, 2017
Awhile ago, I spoke to an investment banker who believed that he was far too clever to have unconscious biases. His argument was that he was so intelligent, everything passed through his…
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