Bias in Context 3 Interpersonal Interventions and Collective Action
Implicit biases are a psychological phenomenon, but one deeply embedded in our social context. Our earlier events have focused on how to understand the relationship between psychological and structural explanations.
This event focuses on how philosophical and psychological research can be enriched by moving beyond an individualistic focus. We focus on ways that responses to implicit bias can move beyond the individualistic approach often found in empirical psychology, and harness the resources of interpersonal interactions and collective action to combat bias.
This event is supported by the Leverhulme Trust, as part of the research project grant on Bias and Blame. We are grateful to SWIP UK for support with childcare funds (see accessibility page for further details).