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End Everyday Racism  - November 2021

In this webinar Catherine Pope speaks to Ella McPherson, Hande Güzel and Mónica G. Moreno Figueroa to learn about the project End Everyday Racism. The slides from the session can be downloaded here.

End Everyday Racism is a witnessing and data justice web-based reporting tool, joining research, activism and institutional intervention. It is an independent research project developed by Dr Ella McPherson and Dr Mónica Moreno Figueroa based at the Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge.

They asked members of the University to participate by anonymously sharing their experiences of everyday racism. Between Oct 2018 and Oct 2020 117 incidences of racism were reported. Clear from the outset that this research project is not a formal reporting procedure but that it generates data that grassroot organisations in the university want to give to make a collective case against racism in the University.

Further information including an earlier presentation of their research can be found here:

Challenging the "old boys' club" culture in medicine - November 2020

Daphne Romney QC speaks to Professor Catherine Pope about her independent report into sexism and harassment at the British Medical Association and challenges us to learn from her work to focus our attention to prevent and mitigate bullying and harassment in the workplace.

Better Together: Reframing Disability with Inclusive Actions and Outlooks. A Bitesize Talk

A Wellbeing Fortnight webinar hosted by the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford. In this introduction to disability, Sarah Stephenson-Hunter , the University’s Staff Disability Advisor and Miranda Reilly, HR Assistant, look at what disability is on an individual, social and legal level, and will use models of disability from disability activists and theorists to think about how we can make our workplace more accessible and inclusive.