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Mixedness & Mixing E-Conference
A CRE Initiative

The Mixedness and Mixing E-Conference took place between 4 - 6 September 2007. It was the initiative of the Commission For Racial Equality and was one of the CRE's final undertakings before being absorbed into the new Equality and Human Rights Commission.

The E-Conference formed part of a series of events that aimed to stimulate debate around the mixed experience. A conference at London's South Bank University brought together professionals, academics and other interested parties to hear presentations from those who felt they had something to say on the subject. The Runnymede Trust also recently published a series of papers entitled Mixed-Heritage - Identity, Policy and Practice as a means of introducing the different perspectives of the mixed experience to interested parties.

The E-conference had a different theme each day and a panel of three experts Dr Chamion Cabellero, Dr Rob Berkely and Sharron Hall gave their opinions on the days themes, these were:

Considering the inequalities faced by Britain's mixed-race population, and how these may be overcome. Read the panels views on this theme:

The nature and characteristics of mixed relationships and families, and how members of the mixed-race population relate to, and interact with, people from other ethnic groups. Read the panels views on this theme:

How mixed race people are involved in decisions about how society works, both at a national and local level, and through informal structures as well as formal ones. Read the panels views on this theme:

Papers were submitted from academics, grass roots organisations and members of the public and covered many different aspects of the mixed-race experience. To ensure that the papers remain visible and continue to evoke debate we have embedded them into Each paper has a corresponding forum so you can add your comments too.

View the papers submitted:


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