Understanding the communication capacity and needs of the BAMER sector
and our allies

Race On The Agenda, The Black Training and Enterprise Group and
Runnymede Trust have secured some funding to work together to think through how we can work together to improve communications capacity and media outreach for the BAMER sector and those working on race equality and the anti-racism agenda in London.

We want to work with you to better understand the needs of our sector and find out whether there are opportunities to work together to change the narrative to improve race equality.

We know that capacity is stretched but this survey shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes of your time. if you have any questions please email emma.harrison@imix.org.uk

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* 1. What does the communications and media mean to you?

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* 2. Do you currently do any communications or media?

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* 3. Are there any specific challenges you face when communicating about race equality?

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* 4. Do you have a staff member or volunteer who does communications?

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* 5. What would encourage you / your organisation to do more communications and media work?

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* 6. If money were no object, would you like to do more communications and media work

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* 7. Would you like to work with others to create some key messages around
important  debates such as access to health care and education, the criminal justice system and housing?

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* 8. Would you like to be better connected with others working on racial equality?

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* 9.  If yes, how would you like to be connected

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* 10. Are you happy to keep connected with the project?

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