Sample video from online course: ‘Allyship’

About this guide

An ally is an individual who is not a member of a particular under-represented group themselves, but who uses their power, voice and privilege to support that group (or multiple groups) – be that people from the LGBTQ+ community, women, older people, people from an ethnic minority background or those with a disability. Allyship is all about valuing people from different backgrounds and learning about their lived experiences, so that we can stand in solidarity with them and ensure they are heard, seen and valued.


“They use their voice, their power and their privilege to stand in solidarity with them, to empower those individuals from the marginalised group to speak for themselves, to challenge issues, but also to create parity in experience.”

Prof. Binna Kandola OBEFounder of Pearn Kandola

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