I have written a Foreword for the latest issue of the European Data Protection Law Review on ‘Fixing the Wrong Problems: Queer Communities and the False Promise of Unbiased and Equal Data Systems’.
Tag Archives: inclusion
Inclusive data is not enough
The UK Statistics Agency needs to move beyond ‘being inclusive’ as an aspiration and ensure their outputs decrease rather than increase confusion about gender, sex and sexuality data.
The Scottish Poetry Library’s statement on no-platforming
On 25 February EDI Scotland sent an email to the Director and Deputy Director/Head of Operations of the Scottish Poetry Library raising serious concerns about equality, diversity and inclusion and recent statements published on no-platforming. The email highlights the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s requirements for voluntary sector organisations to provide equal provision of servicesContinue reading “The Scottish Poetry Library’s statement on no-platforming”
EDI Scotland – Update
Apologies for the lack of recent posts. My energy has focused on the development of a longer work-in-progress that broadly focuses on the practice of equality, diversity and inclusion work in institutional settings. It seems that as each week passes, a new EDI ‘scandal’ breaks that has the potential to disrupt historical structures of institutionalContinue reading “EDI Scotland – Update”