07 OCT


Ally Skills Training by Open Life Science

In this interactive workshop, you will learn about your own privileges and how to use them to step up for others.

Online Event
7 Oct 2022 9 a.m. — noon

About this event

An ally is a member of a social group that enjoys some societal advantages. They work to understand their own privilege and take conscious actions to step up for others, when it is safe for them to do so.

The Open Life Science team members have been trained under Frameshift Consulting and have previously conducted ally workshops at European Molecular Biology Laboratory, The Whitaker Lab at the Alan Turing Institute, CarpentryCon @ Home and as part of the Open Life Science cohort training over five cohorts of trainees.

Funding your ticket: At £35 per ticket, participation is heavily subsidised, and we hope you are able to comfortable attend.

If you're unsure how to fund your ticket, please consider contacting the following contacts for your university, or see the section below if you're unable to find help to pay for a ticket:

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We may be able to offer low-cost tickets and fee waivers for members interested in participating at this event who would otherwise not be able to attend.

Please contact to request a fee waiver, or if you have any questions about the event.

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