(This page is customised for white people only.  People of colour, instead please see the questionnaire for people of colour, with some different questions.)

It's fine to skip questions. We could just have asked one open question, "what do you think?" - but we know that having questions to bounce off is helpful to some people.

If you would like a chat or a reply, please send us an email, or include your email address in one of the answers.

Thanks for taking the time & energy to talk to us!

Jennifer, Titi and Asha

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* 1. Have you been to one of the recent anti-racism training sessions, at or after BiCon 2020?

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* 2. Have you visited the online "white affinity group", for white people to talk with each other about racism & anti-racism, set up by Blake in the summer of 2020?

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* 3. What's the most recent BiCon you've been to, if any?

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* 4. Open-ended question...  Anything you want to say to us from personal experience & thoughts? 

- This could be about racism at BiCon.

- It could be about your own learning about anti-racism.

- If you're perceived as white, yet are from an ethnic or cultural minority, or people sometimes assume you weren't born in the UK, then we're interested in your experiences of BiCon from that perspective. 


Note:  If you want to describe behaviour of a named person, we would keep that confidential.

If you would like a reply, please feel free to email instead, or add your email address here so we can get back to you.

(We would always aim to reply to you if you wanted a reply;  there are some limits to what we'd say in public about individuals, partly due to legal considerations.)

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* 5. If you told us something from personal experience, is it OK to quote that?  in the write-up of this review?

(For example, we realise that sometimes, you might have described an interaction which other people might recognise, and you might not want that shared where they could later read it.)

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* 6. Any advice for future BiCon organisers on how to make BiCon less racist / more welcoming to people of colour / more welcoming to other minority cultural groups?

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* 7. Any advice for us on the running of the meeting to review all this stuff?

- Which topics would you most like us to report on, or focus on?

- Any advice for us on how the meeting should be run, who should speak, etc?

- Anything about access?

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* 8. If you could give one tip to other white people around BiCon who are starting to learn about anti-racism, what would it be?

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* 9. Anything else you want to tell us?

Thanks for your input!