To mark the launch of our new research paper, Discrimination, Prejudice and Cohesion – Intergroup relations among Black, Muslim and White People in Britain in the Context of COVID-19 and Beyond, we are hosting a webinar on Monday 11 July, 10 – 11.30am and we hope that you can join us.
About the paper
The report focuses on the perceptions and experiences of discrimination, and attitudes towards others, among Black, Muslim and White respondents. It is based on further analysis of data drawn from our Beyond Us and Them research project which is funded by the Nuffield Foundation. The findings provide us with valuable insight into the differences between Black, Muslim and White respondents when it comes to:
- Perceptions of unity and division
- Attitudes towards others
- Perceptions of discrimination
- Experiences of discrimination
The findings demonstrate that much more work is required if society is to ensure equality of treatment and inclusion, and the report considers the implications of this for policymakers.
We will be joined at this event by:
- Dr Keon West, Reader in Social Psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London, and Director of Equalab
- Janaki Mahadevan, Social Integration Manager at the Greater London Authority
- Nizam Uddin, Chief Strategy Officer of algbra, a technology-based financial ecosystem dedicated to global financial inclusion, and a Belong Trustee
The paper’s key findings will be presented by the report’s lead author, Prof Dominic Abrams of the University of Kent’s Centre for the Study of Group Processes, followed by responses from the above panel of speakers and a question-and-answer session with the audience. The meeting will be chaired by Belong CEO, Jo Broadwood.
To book your place register here.