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Power, Privilege and Prejudice

  1. 1. Power, Privilege and Prejudice
  2. 2. “How does privilege create power and how can power lead to people acting on prejudice?”
  3. 3. GDS Power noun: 1. The ability or capacity to do something or act in a particular way. 2. The capacity or ability to direct or influence the behaviour of others or the course of events. 3. Physical strength and force exerted by something or someone.
  4. 4. GDS Privilege noun: 1. A special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group.
  5. 5. GDS Prejudice noun: 1. Preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience. 2. Harm or injury that results or may result from some action or judgement.
  6. 6. GDS Intersectionality noun: 1. The idea that multiple identities intersect to create a whole that is different from the component identities. 2. Identities that can intersect include gender, race, social class, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, religion, age, mental disability, physical disability, mental illness, and physical illness as well as other forms of identity
  7. 7. “How does privilege create power and how can power lead to people acting on prejudice?”
  8. 8. GDS 1 What privilege/s do I have and how does it manifest as power when working with your team/ other GDS teams/ OGDs? 2 Could my power in these working environments be felt as prejudice?
  9. 9. GDS 3 Do I evaluate the power and privilege that I may have on the basis of race, gender, class, sexuality, economics, religion, physicality, grade, team/programme, department? 4 Do I avoid difference, in respect of diversity and culture, in favour of sameness by engaging in covering/ camouflage behaviour? How does my Power and/ or Privilege impact my behaviour?
  10. 10. GDS 5 How does my cultural conditioning impact the way I work with others? 6 How aware am I of intersectionality when considering how I work with others and myself?
  11. 11. Discussion/ Reflection Time
  12. 12. “How does privilege create power and how can power lead to people acting on prejudice?”
  13. 13. Thanks! Tyronne Fisher, Avnesh Pandya, Tia Priest, Warren Smith

Remarques

  • Avnesh - to introduce format of session
  • Warren (Tyronne or Tia in his absence)
  • Warren (Tyronne or Tia in his absence)
  • Warren (Tyronne or Tia in his absence)
  • Warren (Tyronne or Tia in his absence)
  • Avnesh - Explain that we will split into groups and consider 6 questions (on the next slides and) on posters around the area.

    Post it notes and pens will be provided
  • Avnesh
  • Avnesh
  • Avnesh
  • All to move between groups and facilitate

    Tyronne to facilitate whole group discussion:
    What question did they choose and why (if given choice)?
    What did they answer/ learn?
    What will they take away and/or do differently?
  • Avnesh to recap and bring back to original question
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