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Decolonising your reading list: Psychology

Decolonising your reading list

Sector Activity

There is growing discussion of decolonising the psychology curriculum.  The following resources reflect some of activity that has taken place across the sector. 

BPS resources

In June 2020 the British Psychological Society established a Taskforce on Diversity and Inclusion. A series of BPS webinars on diversity and inclusion were created as result. Decolonising the curriculum was the third webinar in the series. 

Online debates

A collection of articles from recent years on racism in psychology and the psychology of racism.

Discussions on decolonizing the curricular, research, supervision and mentorship practices from Teachers College, Columbia University. 


Contact Natasha Bayliss, Psychology Liaison Librarian, with any suggestions. 

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