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Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
Everyone has implicit or unconscious bias. They happen by our brains making quick judgements of people and situations without us realising.
Take some tests to better understand your implicit associations and privileges.
There are many common biases that affect everyday decision making.
Some examples of how to respond to unconscious biases in everyday situations.
International research has detailed pervasive evidence of unconscious bias in employment, education, health, justice and many other areas of life.
There are ways to overcome unconscious bias and implicit associations.
Find out more about Unconscious Bias.
Short equity prompts for use in communications.
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