We are greatly saddened to hear the news of Nelson Mandela’s passing. Mandela’s impact on the racial equality movement is immeasurable. He changed the landscape of race relations in South Africa and across the world. Today, we want to hear from you. How has Nelson Mandela’s incredible life changed your values, or inspired you to make a positive change in your life? Tweet your answers to @EndRacismUK with the hashtag #MandelaLegacy
We have launched End Racism This Generation, a public campaign which calls on individuals and organisations to take actions in their own lives, businesses and communities.Are you a socially conscious graphic designer? We're inviting expressions of interest to illustrate three short comic strips telling the story of a case study in tackling racism or racial inequality. More information is available here.
Runnymede has released a new book called 'Nurturing the Nation: The Asian contribution to the NHS since 1948', which looks at the lives and careers of Asian employees at all levels of the NHS.
The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Race and Community will be conducting a new inquiry on Race and Higher Education.
The Inquiry is seeking written submissions. Read more about the inquiry here.
We're now settling into our new office at Unit J209, The Biscuit Factory, 100 Clements Road, London, SE16 4DG.
We're pleased to report that we're back on line, and expect the phones to be up and running tomorrow. However, if you sent an email to us between the 1st and 7th of November it may not have reached us, so please resend. Thank you!
Things will be back to normal soon - thank you for bearing with us!
End Racism This Generation
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We are greatly saddened to hear the news of Nelson Mandela’s passing. Mandela’s impact on the racial equality movement is immeasurable. He changed the landscape of race relations in South Africa and across the world.
A research team based at the University of Warwick has won a grant to research the wide-ranging impacts of the Home Office ‘Go Home’ immigration campaign. Runnymede is proud to be a research partner on this project.
The research will go beyond the Home Office’s internal evaluation of the ‘Go Home’ van to uncover impacts on local migrant and non-migrant communities, public debate and activism.