I started writing this blog in August 2018 to make sense, in my own head, of the contradictions and nuances found in the practice of equality, diversity and inclusion research. The end of the year presents an opportunity to reflect upon the ideas outlined in these posts and common threads running through this work. AboveContinue reading “Looking back on 2018”
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The difference between ‘equality’ and ‘diversity’ research
How often do we pause to consider what we actually mean when we talk about equality and diversity research? Although the terms ‘equality’ and ‘diversity’ are often used interchangeably they have very different meanings and a failure to consider these differences can impede positive change. A rush to overlook the definitions of equality and diversityContinue reading “The difference between ‘equality’ and ‘diversity’ research”
Thinking about who benefits from unequal structures
Researching inequalities when participants don’t perceive a problem
Navigating contradictions between statistics and participants’ perceptions of equality, diversity and inclusion.