What We Do

The Intercultural Research Group was established at the LSE’s Institute of Social Psychology as a forum for discussing how the discipline can critically engage in all aspects related to intercultural phenomena. The group consists of anyone interested in joining the debate, including faculty staff, academic researchers, PhD students, as well as public and third sector research workers. We continue to develope skills in collaborative research – which means developing a sense of how to work together, how to resolve differences, and how to promote productive dialogue and debate across differences of perspectives within academia and beyond.