Race Matters

Category : International

History, patience and frustration: A review of I Am Not Your Negro

11 Apr, 2017 by admin

Runnymede Policy Officer Kimberly McIntosh reviews the Oscar-nominated documentary based on unfinished work by celebrated writer ...

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 ...

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 ...

Teaching Migration Past to Deal with Migration Present?

01 Dec, 2016 by admin

As net migration figures are released, it’s likely that we can expect another slew of threatening headlines across the fro ...

UK charities to tell United Nations that Britain is failing to tackle racial inequalities

02 Aug, 2016 by admin

Today (Tuesday 2nd) a group of organisations, co-ordinated by the Runnymede Trust, travel to the UN in Geneva to address the UK ...

Let them drown: The violence of othering in a warming world

05 Jul, 2016 by admin

We need to talk about the issues driving people to move across continents, says Naomi KleinEdward Said was no tree-hugger. Desce ...

Mali attack: African Union needs to step up to the plate

22 Nov, 2015 by Lester Holloway

The attack in Mali this week has refocused attention on radical terrorism in Africa. But is the anti-terror strategy working or ...

What the Refugee Crisis Says about Race in Europe

30 Oct, 2015 by Lester Holloway

Some European politicians are defining the refugee crisis, and the right to stay in Europe, on the basis of colour and Christian ...

It will take a braver political leadership to tackle racial inequalities

21 Oct, 2015 by Lester Holloway

Runnymede’s Director, Dr Omar Khan, spoke at the 5th OECD World Forum on Statistics, Knowledge and Policy, ‘Tra ...