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The second workshop: London School of Economics, 27 February 2013

How can we use partnerships to support positive intercultural relations? Developing collaborative research opportunities between practitioners and academics.

This event was practitioner-led with talks from speakers from the public and voluntary and community sectors who work in the fields of multiculturalism and intercultural relations. The aim of this event was to give greater voice to practitioners to discuss their specific research needs and to establish ways in which the research community could collaborate in the long term with practitioners in joint projects.

For the full programme and videos of contributions, please visit


The first workshop: Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, 30 April 2012

Multiculturalism: Failing or not? The evidence from social psychology.

This event first brought together social psychology researchers and practitioners in multiculturalism, invited by the Social Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society. The aim was to create a forum for professionals in multiculturalism to discuss current issues in research and practice, and to identify ways in which we could work together productively. The programme of this first workshop included presentations by some of the leading researchers on the social psychology of multiculturalism in the UK, and discussion on the basis of their findings.

For the programme, please visit

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