We are passionate about many issues around how and where science happens, and who gets to do it!
This means striving to contribute to correct systemic inequality, and creating more inclusive environments for:
- Women in Science
- Racial, cultural or ethnic groups facing systemic discrimination
- And those identifying as LGBTQAI+ in Academia.
We do this by engaging with and participating in conversations about Science Leadership and empowerment of emerging researchers in our University (TYRLP), on the African Continent (ASLP) and globally.
We also participate in science engagement and communication, and the intersection between Art and Science.