MRSpride has joined forces with our friends at Colour of Research (CORe) to explore the experiences of those at the intersection of LGBTQ+ and ethnic minority communities.

If you would prefer to register without creating a MyMRS account, please email networking@mrs.org.uk.

As well as sharing highlights from our own qual project with CORe, we’ve got a keynote from UK Black Pride’s legendary co-founder Lady Phyll, who’ll be discussing their own We Will Be Heard report, and Clifford Lewis will be joining us from Australia to discuss his own work focusing on the notions of respect and beneficence underlining ethical research with minority groups. We’ll then have a Q&A led by Asad Dhunna, who we are excited to welcome to the MRSpride family as this event’s chair.

The event is free-to-view and open to all.

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11.00      
Intro from event chair
Asad Dhunna, The Unmistakables

11.05      
Keynote
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah AKA Lady Phyll, UK Black Pride, Kaleidoscope Trust, Author, Community Builder and Organiser

11.20      
MRSpride x CORe intersectional research highlights

Sabrina Trinquetel CMRS, MRSpride & Measure Protocol
Tatenda Musesengwa, CORe & YouthSight

11.35      
Researching minority communities
Dr Clifford Lewis, Charles Sturt University, Australia

11.45      
Panel discussion
Featuring Asad, Sabrina, Tatenda, Clifford and Morris Swaby Ebanks, MetrixLab

12.15      
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