Race Matters

Category : Immigration & Asylum

How I learned to ask about forgotten history

31 Jul, 2017 by Runnymede

Author, publisher and co-founder of the Black and Asian Studies Association, Marika Sherwood, explores the idea of forgotten his ...

'Femonationalism' and why it's no good for Muslim women

11 Jul, 2017 by Farah Elahi

Runnymede Research and Policy Analyst Farah Elahi reviews Sara R Farris' new text in which she describes how a combination ...

Race equality and Brexit: One year on

23 Jun, 2017 by Omar Khan

Today (23 June) marks the first anniversary of an EU referendum result which not only upturned our political landscape ...

What we don't say about ‘British India’

12 May, 2017 by admin

This year marks the 70th anniversary of Indian independence and the partition of the subcontinent into modern day India, Pakista ...

Inhuman and degrading: the hidden reality of mass deportation

07 Apr, 2017 by admin

Last week 17 people were arrested for grounding a privately chartered ‘ghost flight' at Stansted airport, which would ...

Racism and inequality: The truth about Brexit

28 Mar, 2017 by admin

In the week that UK Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Article 50, beginning our official departure from the European Union ...

Divided We Fall: Europeans must stand together against racism and hate

21 Mar, 2017 by admin

To mark the UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Racism (today: 21 March) and the annual European Action Week Aga ...

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 ...