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PIH EGM Event 2024

VOICES & CHOICES Talking About Mixed Race *Date: Saturday 2nd March 2024 *Time: 1:30 – 16:00pm *Venue: Online *Tickets: Members Free -|- Non-members: Join Here We’re excited to extend an invitation for members and supporters to our Mixed Race Matters EGM Event on Saturday 2nd March online. This is a wonderful opportunity for all of […]

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Mixed Race & Identity Formation

Identity Formation: The impact of well-being on mixed race people. This is an exciting new project by Kyle Collingwood that will be explored through a storytelling lens. The aims for the project are to explore vast experiences of growing up mixed race, both the struggles and the achievements particularly with themes around displacement, reaction from

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Research Study

Belonging and Identity: Understanding the Experience of Mixed Race People in England The focus for my study is the concept of belonging and identity in understanding the experiences of mixed race people in England. As someone of mixed race heritage, this research is something I am very passionate about and therefore am keen to hear

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Mixed Race Author

Ray “BEN” Studevent, born to a White mother and Black father, and brought up by a Black mother. Ray spoke at our members’ December CHAT Zoom telling us about his life growing up as a mixed race young person in a black family and black neighbour hood with light skin and blue eyes. His book,

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Making History Teachers.

MAKING HISTORY TEACHERS: The Role of Teacher Training and Teacher Education by Sundeep Lidher, Rashida Bibi, Claire Alexander KEY FINDINGS Racial and ethnic inequality in a time of crisis: curriculum and teacher education In 2020–21, the Centre on the Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE) at the University of Manchester conducted empirical research on the impact of

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Discrimination & Ethnicity – Applications for Roles

Proving discrimination is very difficult and often goes unoticed “Assessing the Impact of Declining to State One’s Ethnicity on an Application” by Joseph Venezi 2022 Discrimination exists in many different forms. If an employer knowingly or subconsciously rejects a candidate based on that candidate’s race or ethnicity, then that candidate was discriminated against. Proving such

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Mixed Race & Identity

Seeking bi-racial adults (18-30) of white British and Black African/African-Caribbean heritage. Study Focus: I am seeking biracial volunteers (specifically white British and Black African/ African-Caribbean heritage) to discuss issues of self-identity, racial identity development and experiences of racial identity denial (being told what you are/are not by others). How can you help? The aim of

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Mixed Race Matters – December Chat Zoom

Join us for our next CHAT Zoom on Tuesday 5th December 2023 7:00 – 8:30pm. It’s less that 2 weeks to the next PIH members CHAT Zoom and we look forward to sharing and engaging in further discussions on mixed race matters. There are more Similarities than Differences between us – join in this month’s

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PIH AGM Event 2023

Join us MAKING MIXED RACE MATTER in London OUR STORIES – OUR VOICES – OUR FAMILIES Date: Saturday 4th November 2023 Time: 11:30 – 16:00Venue: Living Space, 1 Coral Street, London SE1 7BETickets: Free “Our Stories – Our Voices – Our Families” Workshops & DiscussionsSchedule Directions: 8-10mins walk from London WaterlooTube: Lambeth North Underground Join

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Mixed Race & NHS Maternity Systems Guidance

Parliamentary report calls out racism in maternity care The UK has one of the lowest maternal mortality ratios in the world. There are, however, glaring and persistent disparities in outcomes for women depending on their ethnicity. Maternal mortality for Black women is currently almost four times higher than for White women. Significant disparities also exist

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