What Are They Thinking?

Powerful conversations across cultural differences

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Co-sponsored by Newington Green Alliance, Near Neighbours, and Aequip

Each session has been well received, opening up space for a powerful conversation.

Contact us to learn about the next series

What are they thinking? – LGBTQI+ & CIS heterosexual voices

“What Are They Thinking?” is a series of online events featuring conversations about race, culture, class, gender and more.

In this 90 minute session, each person will share their experiences and discuss these (only) with the people from the same group, while people from the opposite group listen without engaging. Each group will have a moderator, of the same culture or ethnicity, who will ask a series of questions to the participants and facilitate the conversation among peers.

At the end the two groups will go to separate breakout areas on Zoom to discuss what they’ve listened to and reflect on what was learned. To ensure everyone gets to participate, this session is limited to 12 people (six from each group).

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST for ‘What are they thinking?’ using the link below and we will contact you to confirm your place at this online event.

Want to be part of the conversation? Join us for a listening and talking session of LGBTQI+ and CIS heterosexual voices from your local community.

Other sessions upcoming

What are they thinking? – Black & White voices

In this 90 minute session, each person will share their experiences and discuss these (only) with the people from the same group, while people from the opposite group listen without engaging. Each group will have a moderator, of the same culture or ethnicity, who will ask a series of questions to the participants and facilitate the conversation among peers.

At the end the two groups will go to separate breakout areas on Zoom to discuss what they’ve listened to and reflect on what was learned. To ensure everyone gets to participate, this session is limited to 12 people (six from each group).

Want to be part of the conversation? Join us for a listening and talking session of Black and White voices from your local community.

What are they thinking? – Turkish & British voices

In this 90 minute session, each person will share their experiences and discuss these (only) with the people from the same group, while people from the opposite group listen without engaging. Each group will have a moderator, of the same culture or ethnicity, who will ask a series of questions to the participants and facilitate the conversation among peers.

At the end the two groups will go to separate breakout areas on Zoom to discuss what they’ve listened to and reflect on what was learned. To ensure everyone gets to participate, this session is limited to 12 people (six from each group).

Want to be part of the conversation? Join us for a listening and talking session of Turkish and native British voices from your local community.

What are they thinking? – White and POC/Non-White voices

In this 90 minute session, each person will share their experiences and discuss these (only) with the people from the same group, while people from the opposite group listen without engaging. Each group will have a moderator, of the same culture or ethnicity, who will ask a series of questions to the participants and facilitate the conversation among peers.

At the end the two groups will go to separate breakout areas on Zoom to discuss what they’ve listened to and reflect on what was learned. To ensure everyone gets to participate, this session is limited to 12 people (six from each group).

Want to be part of the conversation? Join us for a listening and talking session of White and POC/non-white voices from your local community.

What are they thinking? – Young and elderly voices

In this 90 minute session, each person will share their experiences and discuss these (only) with the people from the same group, while people from the opposite group listen without engaging. Each group will have a moderator, of the same culture or ethnicity, who will ask a series of questions to the participants and facilitate the conversation among peers.

At the end the two groups will go to separate breakout areas on Zoom to discuss what they’ve listened to and reflect on what was learned. To ensure everyone gets to participate, this session is limited to 12 people (six from each group).

Want to be part of the conversation? Join us for a listening and talking session of young and elderly voices from your local community.

What are they thinking? – Male and Female voices

In this 90 minute session, each person will share their experiences and discuss these (only) with the people from the same group, while people from the opposite group listen without engaging. Each group will have a moderator, of the same culture or ethnicity, who will ask a series of questions to the participants and facilitate the conversation among peers.

At the end the two groups will go to separate breakout areas on Zoom to discuss what they’ve listened to and reflect on what was learned. To ensure everyone gets to participate, this session is limited to 12 people (six from each group).

Want to be part of the conversation? Join us for a listening and talking session of male and female voices from your local community.

Co-sponsored by Newington Green Alliance, Near Neighbours, and Aequip

Contact us to learn more about the programme.

Doing the Work Anti-Racism Programme also in session

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