How do we want to work together? Managing Biases for Doctoral Students
Unconscious biases and stereotypes go hand in hand with prejudice and discrimination when people work together. Especially in intercultural and interdisciplinary research groups, unconscious biases as well as intercultural differences can be crucial barriers for effective communication and scientific cooperation. In order to facilitate successful research processes, scientists have to manage the differences as resources, and to recognize and build on the similarities. In this workshop, we focus on how consequences of unconscious biases and discrimination can be reduced or even avoided. Furthermore, the participants are invited to transfer the provided knowledge on bias management, anti-discrimination and intercultural communication into guidelines on how they want to work together in several contexts.
Date and Time
08.10.21 from 11:00 - 17:00 h
Dr. Lisa K. Horvath
CRC 1116 iRTG & IRTG 1902 Doctoral Researchers
All CRC 1116 iRTG & IRTG 1902 Doctoral Researchers
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