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'Anti-Racism – What Works?' Survey

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Collecting the stories of people involved in positive social change  

Peace News has launched a new survey of UK activists and campaigners, with the aim of encouraging them to share their stories of success in winning concrete gains for people targeted by racism – and in making their  groups, events, spaces and projects more racially-inclusive.

By encouraging UK campaigners to share their stories of constructive anti-racist action we aim to create a peer-to-peer handbook, based on people’s lived experiences that celebrates our successes and inspires campaigners to take action.

You can complete the survey here: https://tinyurl.com/arwhatworks (deadline: Sun 7 March)

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SHARING THE ANTI-RACISM SURVEY

You can also help by sharing the survey on Twitter, Facebook and by email:

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Either retweet this post: https://twitter.com/peace_news/status/1361273454033567748 or use this text:

Please complete and / or share this @peace_news survey of UK campaigners’ experiences of successful anti-racist action here in the UK (open ‘til 7 March):

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Peace News has just launched a new survey of UK activists and campaigners, with the aim of encouraging them to share their stories of success in winning concrete gains for people targeted by racism – and in making their  groups, events, spaces and projects more racially-inclusive. Please complete and / or share the survey (open until 7 March):  https://tinyurl.com/arwhatworks

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Peace News has just launched a new survey of UK activists and campaigners, with the aim of encouraging them to share their stories of success in winning concrete gains for people targeted by racism – and in making their  groups, events, spaces and projects more racially-inclusive. By encouraging UK campaigners to share their stories of constructive anti-racist action it aims to create a peer-to-peer handbook, based on people’s lived experiences that celebrates our successes and inspires campaigners to take action. You can complete the survey here: https://tinyurl.com/arwhatworks (deadline: Sun 7 March)

 

Topics: Race