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Electing Without Prejudice: Free speech. Hard facts. Real debate.

18 Apr, 2017 by Runnymede

As news of the snap election on 8 June 2017 sinks in, Runnymede calls on politicians of all political persuasions to focus on is ...

WATCH > Jeremy Corbyn deliver race equality speech

19 Mar, 2017 by Lester Holloway

Watch Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn deliver his race equality and multiculturalism speech. He was speaking on 18th March 2017 in B ...

'I breathed a sigh of relief': Runnymede staff review Moonlight

17 Mar, 2017 by admin

Following its success at the Academy Awards, Runnymede staff give their take on Moonlight, a coming of age drama exploring ...

The criminalisation of black America resonates in the UK: A review of 13th

03 Mar, 2017 by admin

Runnymede's policy officer Kimberly McIntosh illustrates how Ava DuVernay’s documentary on mass incarceration in ...

Hostility and hypocrisy: the UK's problem with Trump

14 Feb, 2017 by admin

Hostility towards immigrants creates negative climate for all minorities, says Kimberly McIntosh Opposition to the state visit ...

Shared Struggles: Fighting the tide of xenophobia across Europe

20 Jan, 2017 by admin

With far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen’s campaign looking more realistic by the week, it is worth taki ...

More questions than answers in Chuka Umunna-led integration report

12 Jan, 2017 by admin

Runnymede's new Policy Officer Kimberly McIntosh dissects the latest report on integration - this one released by cross party MP ...

Academic, Policy & Public: Research into Definitions of Integration

20 Dec, 2016 by admin

Dr Laurence Lessard-Phillips, who was a speaker at our Redefining Integration event is an academic specialising in integration a ...

Back to the Future? Brexit, Trump and the Post-racial

19 Dec, 2016 by admin

Sociologist Dr Katy Sian gives the lie to the notion that recent political developments have led to a re-emergence of ...

Black & Asian Women Pay Highest Price for Austerity

16 Dec, 2016 by Lester Holloway

Low income black and Asian women are paying the highest price for austerity according to new analysis by the Runnymede Trust and ...

Do not abandon the Human Rights Act: Letter to PM

12 Dec, 2016 by admin

A letter asking Prime Minister Theresa May to abandon plans to scrap the Human Rights Act was published in the Times on Saturday ...