School of Health in Social Science

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Working towards and equal and diverse academia: Resources for (self)reflection

In the summer of 2020, before ConveRACEions evolved to a series of monthly talks with invited guest speakers, the initiative began as a small discussion group and a place to share resources to work towards a more equal and diverse academia. As part of this, we created a working document to share relevant resources (websites, book recommendations, multimedia, articles, podcasts, social media, and more). These resources were originally organised according to the relevant disciplines within the School of Health in Social Science: Clinical Psychology, Counselling Psychology, Nursing Studies, and Health in Social Science more generally. We welcome the addition of any new categories or disciplines to the document.  

This is a working document, meaning that we welcome everyone to share and add relevant resources in the interest of working together towards a more equal, accessible, anti-racist and diverse academia. Please note, there is no place for racism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, Islamophobia, or disrespect of any kind in this working document. The ConveRACEions team reserves the right to edit the document where necessary.

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