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Addressing Inequalities

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Browse our latest events, project highlights and blog posts below. If you would like to feature your work on our page, please email

BLOG | Feminist Theory, Practice, and Collective Action: Workshop by LASTESIS

On November 20th the School of Psychology and Neuroscience, in collaboration with the Gender and Sexualities Interdisciplinary Network (GSIN), were honoured to host a workshop by the globally renowned Chilean feminist collective, LASTESIS...(read more)

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT | Dying in the Margins

'Dying in the Margins' is a 4-year research project funded by the UKRI Economic and Social Research Council that uncovers the reasons for unequal access to home dying for people experiencing poverty in the UK...(read more)

EVENT | GSIN Feminist Café

Friday 8 March, 2024 (in person)

The Gender and Sexualities Interdisciplinary Network (GSIN) are pleased to debut the Feminist Café, a series of informal meet-ups for colleagues to socialise, decompress and share news and ideas on feminist teaching and research...(read more)

BLOG I Addressing the Gender Imbalance in UK Entrepreneurialism

In October 2023, we hosted a panel discussion tackling issues of gender inequality in UK entrepreneurialism...(read more)

EVENT I Radical Knowledge Formations from Anti-Racist Perspectives

This seminar and book launch event took place in August 2023, focusing on anti-racist education, pedagogy and collaborations...(read more)

EVENT I The Social World of the University

Through a creative zine-making workshop with undergraduate students held in July 2023, this new research project investigates social experiences at university including friendships and other social networks...(read more)

BLOG I Diversity in STEM Roundtable

This roundtable discussion and valuable knowledge exchange opportunity, hosted by the Addressing Inequalities IRT, focused on practical solutions to help address equity issues in STEM fields...(read more)

BLOG I GSIN June Meet-up: Glasgow Women's Library

At this term’s Gender and Sexualities Interdisciplinary Network meet-up, we had the pleasure of hosting Sue John from Glasgow Women's Library; the UK's sole accredited museum dedicated to the histories, lives, and accomplishments of women...[read more]

Blog I Erasmus+ ARUA Event: Addressing Non-Communicable Diseases in Africa

Learn more about this event hosted by the Addressing Inequalities IRT which welcomed over 60 international delegates from Kenya, Nigeria, Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania and the West Indies...[read more]

What Addressing Inequalities Means To Me

Our aim is to lead and facilitate social science research around addressing inequalities, in particular research that:

  • seeks to explore the structural and cultural barriers that create and sustain discrimination, vulnerability and deprivation, as well as strategies and interventions that aim to mitigate these
  • develops clusters of expertise across different disciplines to explore and examine intersections and the potential for new approaches to the study of inequalities
  • examines the short- and long-term impacts of collective action and interventions on the wellbeing of marginalised and at-risk groups and communities

In 2023, our core activities will focus on three of the UN Sustainable Development Goals:

  • Good health and wellbeing 
  • Quality Education
  • Gender Equality

Watch these short videos to find out more.

Addressing Inequalities to me...

Ana Cannilla

Ana Cannilla joined the University of Glasgow in 2021 as a Lecturer in Public Law. Her interests include feminist philosophy and its intersections with legal theory, in particular issues on consent to sex, and constitutional law and theory. As part of her work with the Addressing Inequalities IRT, Ana leads the Gender and Sexualities Interdisciplinary Network that brings together staff and PGR students across the University of Glasgow to promote research on gender and sexualities broadly construed.

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Addressing Inequalities to me...

Cindy Gray

After completing her PhD in psychology (cognitive neuroscience), Cindy moved into the field of health behaviour change. Cindy now draws on both psychological and sociological theory to increase understanding of how to engage hard-to-reach groups in different settings and cultural backgrounds in sustained health behaviour change.

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Addressing Inequalities to me...

Srabani Maitra

A sociologist of education and an adult educator, Srabani's research combines interdisciplinary theories and methodologies and has drawn on arts-informed qualitative research to raise public awareness about socio-economic inequities and struggles of marginalized groups. Srabani's pedagogy is committed towards foregrounding suppressed voices and systemic changes.

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