Diversity & Inclusion
The Diversity and Inclusion at Work Group promotes the use of evidence to develop links between academic researchers and practitioners in diversity management.
We will do this by exploring the best academic research evidence available for understanding work and career experiences relating to diversity and inclusion and communicating this to diverse individuals, managers, HR and diversity professionals. We will review and develop resources to support this application of psychology to the workplace.
We aim to ensure that the consultancy, advice, development and training in the use of research and evidence that we offer is consistently informed by the psychology underpinning work and career experiences related to diversity and inclusion in the UK.
In the long term, our goal is to be recognised as a Centre of Excellence on the application of psychology for understanding work and career experiences relating to diversity and inclusion at work in the UK.
There are various opportunities for you to link into the Working Group’s activities:
Join the Working Group
We welcome new members joining the Working Group. We are all OP volunteers and we share the work between us. If you feel you would like to make a contribution to the Working Group’s activities, please contact Tinu Cornish
Be added to the Lyris list
The Lyris list is the way that we communicate with everyone interested in the activity of the Group. This is also the way that members circulate information about relevant events and copies of interesting papers and articles. To join the Lyris list please send an email to the List Administrator.
Join the Linkedin discussion group
We have a discussion group for anyone interested in ethnic diversity at work issues. Join this Group.
Visit our blog
Thomas Calvard has written a series of blogposts about diversity at work.
Write to the Chair
We are very keen to hear from you any suggestions for future events or topics of issues the Working Group could explore. Please write to Tinu Cornish.
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