racism

Against the backdrop of social movements like Black Lives Matter and various global political upheavals, issues of race are more prevalent in th e public’s awareness than ever before. While we have laws protecting against discrimination and consciousness of racism is growing...

Noughts + Crosses has taken 20 years to transition from book to screen, and never has its message felt more timely; Coronavirus, or no Coronavirus. I did make the mistake of watching the first episode with my partner of over 30 years, however, having read Malorie Blackman’s...

Two years ago, I wrote on the 'Evolving Field of Sport Psychology' for Leaders in Sport: 'One of the biggest personal challenges developing a career in the field was barriers to progression due in part to a lack of inclusivity in sport'. 

Recently senior leaders in...

Disappointment. That was the emotion when I came face-to-face with the words ‘keep BME out of services’, boldly and shamelessly graffitied on my poster. The poster considered a project to support African and Caribbean men in forensic services who are transitioning back into...

Racism and eugenics are headline news. Andrew Sabisky has resigned from advising the government following media scrutiny of his comments on enforced...

Can you start by saying a little about your background and why you decided to write this book?
I was born on the other side of the world. I was abandoned by my parents and left on a pavement in the slums of Mumbai and later rescued by the police and...

We read with great interest the Universities UK 'Closing the Gap’ report focused on the need for HE action to close the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic attainment gap (https://tinyurl.com/yyp4kwng).

We request that the BPS...

Inequality in terms of wealth, health, gender, sexuality, race and education all have psychological impacts. We bring you our own articles on the topic, and our favourites from the web.

From The Psychologist and Research Digest

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In the aftermath of a slaughter like Christchurch, we are forced, once again, to confront that old question: how can people be marked for murder, not for anything they have done but simply for who they are? It is a question the killer asks himself in his so-called manifesto...

As the number of migrant children in US government custody has risen to its highest level in history, mental health experts and...