QRCA DE&I Task Force: Listening Circle
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When: Monday, July 13, 2020
1:45 pm – 3:00 pm (EDT)
Where: Virtual Event
United States
Contact: Shannon Danzy

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QRCA DE&I Task Force: Listening Circle 

Advance Credits: 1 


This event is FREE and open to QRCA members only.


Following 12pm ET ‘The Problem With Privilege’ session with Rochelle Newman-Carrasco, join other QRCA members to continue the conversation.

Listening Circles are safe spaces for people to explore their thoughts and feelings. In a smaller group setting, people are nudged to step out of their comfort zones in turns while others listen. It’s a ‘no judgment’ zone.

Members will be randomly assigned to a breakout room that will be facilitated by a member of the QRCA Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) Task Force or another invited QRCA member.

We encourage all members to attend regardless of beliefs and experiences as it’s the diversity of opinion we learn from. 

This is part of an ongoing dialogue with QRCA members, the larger market research industry and impacted communities on issues of racism, diversity and equity.

About the QRCA Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Task Force

The QRCA Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) Task Force was announced in January 2020 at the QRCA Annual Conference. The objectives of this Task Force are two-fold: one; to conduct a thorough review and identify any barriers to inclusion and diversity within QRCA, the association’s and members’ operational areas, as well as the broader research industry, two; to develop a roadmap detailing QRCA’s commitment to DE&I and a strategic plan to meet those goals. Visit qrca.org/Diversity or email diversity@qrca.org for more information.

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