Inclusive Research Collective (IRC)
The Inclusive Research Collective (IRC)was recently set up in the Faculty of Life Sciences with the aim of educating University of Bristol staff and students on non-inclusive research practices and to challenge these methodologies within our biomedical and healthcare research. We are organising a series of workshops which are intended to highlight under-represented groups and to start open discussions to promote awareness and accountability in research. Throughout 2020 and 2021 we are running webinar workshops focusing on different aspects of the intersectionality of inequalities within our teaching and research. A subsidiary discussion group, The Learning Forum, will run in parallel to promote active engagement with addressing, in the first instance, wider issues of racism within society.
Live sessions will be recorded, where possible, and the content available for viewing on the IRC FLS SharePoint Site.
Please note, all students and staff within the University of Bristol are welcome to attend these events.
Wednesday 18 November 2020 - LGBTQ+ STEM Day.
Wednesday 25 November 2020 - Men's Mental Health and Race. Event run by The Learning Forum.
Wednesday 16 December 2020 - White Fragility. Event run by The Learning Forum. 5.30 - 6.30 pm. For bookings please contact Luke Burguete
Wednesday 17 December 2020 - Highlighting Womxn in STEM event 1 - 2 pm. Please book here.
Friday 22 January 2020 - Inclusive Teaching Environment - Decolonisation of the Curriculum. Please book here.
4 February 2021 – Inclusive Cancer Research - Black in Cancer. Please book here.
March 2021 – Neurodiversity in STEM. Please book here.
If you would like to contact us to suggest a theme, or speakers, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
These events are sponsored by generous funding from Bristol Clear.