ListenUP:
Children on Racism

Participate in our parent-child interview about racism and be part of a project that places children's own accounts centre-stage.

ListenUP is an interview designed for parents and carers to use with their children aged 12 and below. Children are experts in their experiences and see the world from their own unique viewpoints. This interview is an opportunity for the child to share their thoughts and experiences with their parent/carer while at the same time contributing to a better understanding of children's experiences and perspectives.

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How the responses will be used

Before starting the interview

Should you need support

Ready? Let's get started!

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Mobilise resources

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Share stories 

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Explore topic

First a little context:

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How important is racism to you?How important is racism to you?

Two final questions....

Anything else you'd like to tell us about racism?

What was it like for you and your parent/carer to take part?

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Mobilise resources to fight racism

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Share stories about racism

Explore the meaning of racism

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Before we start: A little bit about you

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How important is racism to you?How important is racism to you?

Two final questions....

Anything else you'd like to tell us about racism?

What was it like for you and your parent/carer to take part?