Religious/ non-religious relationships

Mixedness and Mixing

In my day job at the Commission for Racial Equality I am organising, in partnership with the Runnymede Trust, London South Bank University and Communities and Local Government, an E-Conference on 4-6 September looking at issues relating to Britain’s mixed-race population (‘mixedness’) and mixed families (‘mixing’).

Mixed families can of course apply to partnerships between people of different religions and beliefs – do you have experience of this? Is it something of interest to you?

Anyone can to submit a 1000-word paper to the E-Conference on Mixedness and Mixing (deadline 13 August, criteria is on the website) or just get involved in the online debates and discussions over the three days.

You can register now at

We also have a MySpace profile and an event page on Facebook


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