& mixing

New perspectives on mixed-race Britons

A CRE eConference · 4-6 September 2007

Day 2: Interaction

On day two we discussed 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.

Top to botton: Dr Chamion Caballero, Sharron Hall, Dr Rob Berkley

Read our
panel's opinions
on these papers

Understanding inter-ethnic relationships

Mixed relationships - not just a Black and White issue

Have your say

FORUM: Read the
of these themes

How do people who are mixed-race relate with those that aren't?


See abstracts for all these papers



Meaningful interaction is an important part of an integrated society. Finding effective ways to overcome tendencies towards separation and polarisation between different groups is not a simple matter, and there is a need for creative thinking.

Much depends on finding a commitment to integration within communities, and work in the education and sport sectors, and with young people, is particularly important.


See also...

Day 1: Equality (4 September)

Day 3: Participation (6 September)