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When Words Are Weapons

The fate of those seeking sanctuary from poverty, conflict and injustice – including climate injustice – is all too often informed by constructions of ‘race’, influenced variously by either judicious ...
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Should Sustainability Sciences be ‘Decolonised’?

Lyla Mehta, Principal Investigator, TAPESTRY project* The 18th-century German forester, Hans Carl von Carlowitz  coined the term ‘sustainability’ in an environmental context to prescribe how forests should be managed on a ...
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Meet ‘Seeds of Science’: A new free and inclusive peer-reviewed scientific journal for researchers globally

Scientists from low and middle-income countries (LMICs)  face many challenges when it comes to publishing their research in academic journals. First among these challenges is cost. Many journals ask for ...
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This image shows how the 'one size fits all' approach does not drive forward our work on inclusion. It shows that giving the same bike, without regard to their physicality, means that some cannot reach the pedals, some have to crouch, and others cannot use the bike at all! What they need are bikes adjusted to allow each of them the chance to ride comfortably.

Diversity work: Time to get our hands dirty

Written by Clare Matysova, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Diversity work has been described as “messy, even dirty, work” involving “sweaty ...
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