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Group of eLife Ambassadors 2019-2020 within the Intersectionality initiative has identified five current practices that are fundamental to academic science that may be hindering inclusivity in science. These practices include hiring, mentoring, writing reference letters, and reviewing grants and manuscripts. To try and level the playing field and increase inclusivity in science, we have compiled a guideline for each of these practices that are intended to help inform scientists, mentors, funders, and journals on ways to mitigate biases. The overall goal of these guidelines is to make science more inclusive and to limit bias in these core features of academic science. Please use, share and modify! Also available on OSF:

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Peer review , Other , Open source , Diversity and inclusion , Mentoring

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