Implementing anti-racism in practice: How we do this across psychological professions

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This ninth webinar in the series from the presidential taskforce on diversity and inclusion is a step on from our seventh webinar when we looked at how we tackle racism across various psychological professions.

Having examined the spaces where structural racism sits, we now look at how to implement anti-racist practice. We will highlight the discussions that need to be had and look at the biased beliefs, attitudes and opinions that may sit within these spaces.

We will engage in critical thinking and forge an open discourse of the kind we believe necessary to promote an active anti-racist practice.

How do we create a new and active paradigm for creating anti-racism across the psychological professions? What is the language that we need to use? What are the barriers we need to break down and how do the people in power change the narrative to create a practice that is anti- racist?

In this webinar you will hear from experts by lived experience and white allies about the work they are doing to actively identify and challenge racism.

This webinar sets out to equip psychologists across the board to actively oppose racism, to challenge polices, behaviours and beliefs that perpetuate racist ideas, as well as take actions that are able to bring forwards a truly anti-racist agenda.

This webinar is free and will feature as part of our BPS content for Black History Month.

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Tue, 12/10/2021 – 4:30pm to 6:30pm
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