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Allyship is when you stand up for, support and encourage marginalised people who aren’t given the same opportunities or platform that you are. Being a good ally means constantly learning from others, reflecting on your own values, and acknowledging mistakes when you make them. Here are some resources to help you better support the people around you by being a great ally.

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Understanding racism and how to spot it

This guide will help you understand what racism is and why it happens. Learn about different types of racism, and how you can put a stop to it.

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