‘Clear basis for change’ on social justice

Ella Rhodes reports on a British Psychological Society audit.

There has been an increasing groundswell of social justice movements within psychology in recent years, as well as more focus on diversity and inclusivity. Recently, British Psychological Society members audited the current state of social justice work among its Member Networks.

The Society’s Strategic Plan explicitly reflects that social justice, inclusivity and diversity is integral to the work of members. It is notable, then, that in its 116-year history only 13 of the 95 BPS

 

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