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Ethics Committee Awards

The Ethics Committee is currently only responsible for the provision of a single award.

Award for Promoting Equality of Opportunity

  • Nominations for 2019 now open

  • Closing date: 27th September 2019

This award recognises a person whose work as a psychologist (teacher, researcher or practitioner) has made an exceptional and sustained contribution to challenging social inequalities in relation to gender, race, ethnic origin, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, disability or age.

The recipient will be invited to accept the award at one of our flagship events in 2020.

Guidance for assessors and a nomination form can be obtained from [email protected]

In the absence of any nominations of sufficient merit no award will be given.

Nominations should include a completed nomination form providing evidence of some, or all, of the following:

  • The individual’s personal commitment to equality issues;
  • A significant and sustained impact of the candidate’s contributions to psychological teaching, research or practice (inclusive of published works and influence on professional practice); 
  • A significant and sustained impact of the candidate’s work on other professionals/service providers;
  • A significant and sustained impact of the candidate’s work directly for people from marginalised and oppressed social groups.

A copy of the candidate's CV should also be included.


Previous recipients

2018 Professor Malcolm Maclachlan
2017 Peter Hegarty
2016 No award
2015 Paul Ghuman
2014 Til Wykes
2013 Rachel Tribe
2012 Mark Burton and Martin Milton
2011 Award in abeyance
2010 Award in abeyance
2009 Award in abeyance
2008 Marilyn Davidson
2007 Adrian J. K. Webster
2006 Anne Douglas
2005 Carolyn Kagan
2004 Jeune Guishard-Pine
2003 No award
2002 -
2001 Ian Rivers
2000 No award
1999 John Kremer
1998 No award
1997 Tommy Mackay
1996 Zenobia Nadirshaw
1995 George Montgomery
1994 Sue Holland
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